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Reuters and NZPA collaborate on specialist news

3 March 2008

Reuters and NZPA collaborate on specialist news service.

Comprehensive news coverage is available Monday 3 March on screen to financial traders as a result of collaboration by New Zealand’s national news agency, New Zealand Press association (NZPA) and the world’s largest new agency, Reuters.

The NZPA-Reuters Financial Report will combine the output of Reuters news desks around the world with the NZPA news wire, operating 24/7 and include all aspects of the New Zealand economy, including corporate, government and financial market news.

“This comes with the quality and reliability you would expect from news providers that have been working together for more than a century,” says Iain Dixon, Reuters Senior Company Representative in New Zealand.

The new service will be available to subscribers both in New Zealand and overseas.

NZPA Commercial Manager, Simon Randall said the service will include local and international market summaries at the start of the day and reports on corporate earnings, economic data and exclusive interviews.

“NZPA-Reuters Financial report offers a product that drives informed and intelligent market opinion, produced by two news agencies with unrivalled reputations for independence, integrity and freedom from bias, ” he said.

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