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ANZ reports a solid annual result


Thursday 23 October 2008


ANZ National Bank reports a solid annual result in a slowing economy

Wellington: Today ANZ National Bank reported a $1.163 billion net profit after tax for the year ended 30 September 2008, in line with the $1.168 billion for 2007 (GDS reporting).


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