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PM Post-Cabinet Press Conference - 31 March 2014

PM Post-Cabinet Press Conference - 31 March 2014

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By The Scoop Team

The Prime Minister met with press this afternoon to discuss:

• His recent visit to China, including talks on food security and China's bilateral relationship with New Zealand
• The retention of Judith Collins as a Cabinet Minister
• Child poverty as an election issue
• The IMF report on internal and external risks for the New Zealand economy
• The court's decision on Japanese whaling in southern waters
• The IPCC report on climate change
• Budget 2014

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