iwi


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iwi

(ˈiːwɪː)
n
(Peoples) NZ a Māori tribe
[Māori, literally: bone(s)]
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Mr Rawcliffe said, "There is an iwi or Maori issue and likewise I'm sure we can stand on the same ground and say we must protect this for all .
BNZ head of Maori business, Pierre Tohe, said, 'We see significant opportunity for Tamaki Makaurau Maori over the next five years as iwi leverage their respective Treaty settlements, and take advantage of commercial opportunities.
IWI has had some success with foreign military sales since the ACE was introduced.
IWI US doubled their employee base to meet the demand for the Tavor SAR, as well as hired additional management as the product found a receptive audience in the law enforcement community.
Based on data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, iwi officials note, dropped objects are the fourth largest cause of death in the workplace in the United States.
Whanganui River Iwi have sought to protect the river and have their interests acknowledged by the Crown through the legal system since 1873," says MP Christopher Finlayson, New Zealand's attorney general.
Although the texts available to Maori were less extensive in number and scope than to many other societies, they nevertheless were instrumental in broadening concepts of belonging to larger groupings beyond those of hapu or iwi, as discussed in Michael Steven's article in this volume.
The claims come at a time when the Government is being criticised by Maori leaders for its failure to consult properly with iwi over onshore and offshore mining activity.
At a recent IWI seminar, hosted by GE Nantgarw, the company demonstrated examples of lean manufacturing it has successfully implemented.
This was despite iwi understanding a settlement was in the offing after 18 months of negotiations.
If iwi added the fisheries assets to a well-diversified portfolio, the expected return calculated using the classical Capital Asset Pricing Model ('CAPM'), developed by Sharpe (1964) and Lintner (1965), would adequately compensate iwi for bearing solely market risk.
The latter was developed by IWI in collaboration with the Israel Defence Forces.