Air New Zealand has urged Commerce Commission to end the Cargo Cartel Case. The airline has repeated that the company has not breached New Zealand competition law.
Air New Zealand General Counsel John Blair has expressed that Air New Zealand would request Commerce Commission to drop the charges after the retraction of key evidence.
Retail sales in US are seeking a slowdown in consumer spending in the first quarter of this year which is lowest in last nine months. This fact got revealed with the released reports of Commerce Department in Washington. The report also mentioned that the purchases fell down by 0.4% which is marked as lowest since June.
Wall Street Bull celebrated its fourth birthday on Saturday. Wall Street Bull which is also known as Charging Bull has proved to be quite beneficial for investors as it has been able to double their money.
Since 2009, Wall Street Bull has been helping investors to double their money and same is expected from its fifth year.
A novel report has highlighted that public transportation in the USA has risen by 1.5% to 10.5 billion trips last year. Ridership includes buses, subways and other modes of public transportation.
A recent data has revealed that China has come across a bad start for the Chinese New Year. The data suggests slow lending and retail sales growth. The data is worse since year 2009.
China fears that Japan's currency devaluation will affect global growth. It has asked Japan to make sure that it abides by its promise in which Japan had said that it will make all the possible measures to avoid devaluation of its currency.