NZ Rugby one step closer to selling off commercial stake in All Blacks | The World

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    A plan to sell a stake in the All Blacks has cleared another hurdle today. The proposed $360-million deal to sell 12.5 per cent of New Zealand’s national rugby team was approved unanimously by the 26 provincial unions. But it still faces other challenges, as Zoe George the senior sports reporter explains.

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