GDP

21 Sep 17, 11:06am
GDP grows bang in line with market expectations; per capita GDP grows 0.3% in the quarter; construction activity shrinks again
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16 Sep 17, 6:02am
Jenée Tibshraeny teases out an economic theory for why migration policy should be driven by well-being not GDP growth
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14 Sep 17, 11:17am
National to assist young farmers to buy Landcorp-owned farms; 'these farms are better off in the hands of hard working young farming families'
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4 Sep 17, 11:43am
Labour hits back at National; Grant Robertson stands by and explains fiscals after Steven Joyce launches attack claiming there is a $11.7 bln 'hole' in Labour's numbers - updated
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3 Sep 17, 6:02am
With GDP and immigration numbers due two days before the election, Alex Tarrant looks at which party is set to gain the most from media reaction to the figures. He reckons it's Labour
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23 Aug 17, 12:22pm
Treasury's pre-election fiscal update throws a curve ball at Election 2017; Better government position in 2016/17 to be nearly washed out by weakness through to 2020; Joyce rules out more tax cuts until 2020; What will Labour do?
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17 Aug 17, 12:52pm
The NZ Initiative's Amy Thomasson says good governance spawns good regulators
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10 Aug 17, 4:38pm
JBWere's Bernard Doyle on NZ's productivity recession, population growth driving economic growth & advice for NZ sharemarket investors to reduce their holdings
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24 Jul 17, 10:49am
Brian Fallow runs the ruler over Labour's fiscal plan and looks at what spending plans from Grant Robertson might look like compared to those from Steven Joyce
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17 Jul 17, 12:50pm
Siah Hwee Ang says the 'grand strategy' looks ambitious but needs to be put in perspective of the overall development goal for the year 2049
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4 Jul 17, 6:42am
Siah Hwee Ang outlines China's plans to transform itself into a major innovation centre in manufacturing by 2025
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20 Jun 17, 8:02am
Siah Hwee Ang says China will continue knocking on the doors of western countries with its 'notorious' outward direct investment in search of good value
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19 Jun 17, 1:56pm
Cameron Preston goes looking for magician's sleight of hand in the Government's latest Budget
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16 Jun 17, 6:02am
We look at how much GDP activity is going for employee compensation and whether this share is growing or falling
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15 Jun 17, 11:00am
Dairy sector manufacturing (but not exports) covers for considerable fall in construction activity as GDP grows 0.5% in March qtr vs RBNZ pick for 0.9% growth
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13 Jun 17, 10:06am
Siah Hwee Ang takes a look at the vexed relationship between India and China and suggests India’s rise cannot be distanced from China
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26 May 17, 10:02am
Tom Coupe on the economics of big data; What it is, benefits, its economic impact, its failures, its use for scary policy, data art and more
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22 May 17, 7:34am
With Steven Joyce set to present his first Budget this week, Brian Fallow looks at some of the Finance Minister's options given the cyclical tailwind at his back and the looming election
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8 Apr 17, 6:02am
Brian Fallow takes a look at Labour & the Greens' fiscal policy and wonders how they will be able to manage govt spending to 30% of GDP as health & super costs rise
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20 Mar 17, 12:54pm
Rodney Dickens says the huge disparities between reported GDP and employment growth raise more questions over the accuracy of critical official economic data
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