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Aluminium leads gain on NZ commodity prices

There’s a story on Scoop about how aluminium, wood pulp, lumber and logs posted the biggest price gains amonst New Zealand commodities in July, according to the  ANZ Commodity Price Index.

Seafood  on the other hand, posted the biggest price decline for the same month. Kiwifruit, apples, lambs and lamb skins also declined. READ MORE.

NZ to cut greenhouse emissions by up to 20%

The Dominion Post has a story about what the impact and cost of tackling climate change will have on New Zealand:

The cost of doing our bit in the battle against climate change will be $27 a week each by 2020 as the Government prepares to sign Kiwis up to a global pact.

But it is under fire for being too cautious after setting the target of a reduction in greenhouse gas emissions of between 10 per cent and 20 per cent on 1990 levels and there are warnings that New Zealand risks being labelled a climate-change bludger. READ MORE.

The newspaper also has another story with comment from various business leaders about the proposed reductions of greenhouse gas ommissions as part of the country’s Kyoto Protocol agreements. READ HERE.