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Audio: Manning & Pound Discuss Loan Sharks (95bFM)

Scoop Audio: Manning & Pound Discuss Loan Sharks (95bFM)

Scoop's Selwyn Manning and 95bFM's Simon Pound discuss loan sharks; contributors to poverty; the GPJA report; Associate Minister of Commerce & Minister of Consumer Affairs Judith Tizard; and, whether the Government's new law really makes a difference…

Scoop Audio.Scoop Audio: Selwyn Manning and Simon Pound discuss on 95bFM loan sharks in south Auckland.

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