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BERL congratulates founder on CNZM

Business and Economic
Research Limited
06 June 2000
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BERL congratulates founder on CNZM

BERL would like to congratulate Bryan Philpott on his award Companion of the New Zealand Order of Merit announced yesterday.

Bryan Philpott, with Hew Walls and the then business editor of the Christchurch Press the late Norman MacBeth, founded Business and Economic Research Ltd (BERL) in 1958 - the first economic forecasting company in NZ.
Bryan continues to contribute to BERL, being convenor of its Forecasting Panel.

"That BERL remains the leading provider of independent economic forecasts and analysis owes much to the perseverance over the past 43 years of Professor Bryan Philpott, not to mention his robust professional integrity. We warmly congratulate Bryan on his much deserved, and some would say overdue, award", BERL Managing Director Kel Sanderson said today.

Contact:
Kel Sanderson
Managing Director
04 470 5565

Level 5, 108 The Terrace, PO Box 10-277, Wellington 6001, New Zealand
Telephone: 04 470 5550, Fax: 04 473 3276,
e-mail: innovate@berl.co.nz; www.berl.co.nz
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