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Scoop Photos + Video: Finance Minister PREFU Press Conference - October 10 2008


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  • Scoop Video: Video on Demand of NZ Finance Minister Michael Cullen at his October 6 Pre Election Fiscal Update Press Conference. Dr Cullen explained that New Zealand was well placed to weather the financial storms ahead but warned that ongoing fiscal prudence was required.

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  • Scoop Image: More Images from today's PREFU press conference and lockup.


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Finance Minister Michael Cullen at his October 6 Pre Election Fiscal Update Press Conference

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