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Meeting Tonight: Are the Banks ripping you off?

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Explanatory Note: Two of the speakers at this meeting Deidre Kent and Finlay Thompson have been columnists for Scoop since June writing the Eco-Economy column, earlier they formed New Zealand Banking Reform, a group calling for reform of the financial system - Scoop Editor.

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Meeting and Debate tonight: Are the Banks ripping you off?

7:30pm, Monday 11 December 2000,

Connolly Hall, Guilford Terrace (off Hill Street), Thorndon.

Speakers:

Deirdre Kent - Chairperson of NZBR / Writer on green economics
Hon. John Wright - Alliance MP / Democratic Party Leader
Michael Reddell - Chief Manager, Financial Markets Dept. Reserve Bank
Dr Finlay Thompson - Dept. of Mathematics, Victoria University.


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