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Cullen and Peters on same 'wave length'

Follows from meeting between Cullen and Peters on superannuation fund.

Thursday, June 14th 2001, 12:13PM

New Zealand First Leader, Rt. Hon Winston Peters has described today's meeting with finance Minister Michael Cullen as 'positive and constructive' and has reinforced New Zealand First's view that an agreement can be reached quickly over the superannuation fund.

"No final agreement was reached but I think that we are on the same wave length on this issue," said Mr Peters.

" We presented our views to Mr Cullen and he said that he would take them to Cabinet," concluded Mr Peters.

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