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PM's Press Conference Monday 20th Feb, 2012

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By Mark P. Williams

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CONTENT SUMMARY:
PM began with remarks on the forthcoming one year anniversary of the Christchurch earthquake and took questions on a variety of topics

- PM was asked his opinion on whether he considered the recent High Court ruling to be a tightening of the law on foreign ownership of New Zealand assets
- PM was asked about the Commonwealth donations to mark the Queen's Diamond Jubilee
- PM was asked his opinion on the increase in infectious diseases in NZ
- PM gave his opinion on Stephen Fry's comments about New Zealand broadband

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