. . . We expect jingoistic nationalism from Winston Peters, but heaven help us if one of the two major parties is about to change its whole attitude to trade and investment on the basis of an ill informed, prejudiced public reaction to overseas investment which has been a crucial contributor to the New Zealand economy for over 150 years. Allan Barber
Peters has nothing to lose but Labour is aiming to lead a government one day and ought to be much more careful on matters like this.