regional development

26 Oct 16, 5:24pm
As the ripple effect pushes out from Auckland for residential property, Benje Patterson looks at the implications for commercial property
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26 Sep 16, 5:01am
Jason Krupp argues a back-to-basics approach is more important than fads when it comes to regional economic development
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9 Sep 16, 3:09pm
Paul Spoonley calls for the Govt to reduce migration 'a bit' to strike a better balance between incentivising migrants & unemployed locals to help grow regional NZ
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31 May 16, 10:29am
Benje Patterson wants regional policy makers to use much more than a GDP metric to inform the progress of their regions in improving 'well-being'
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29 Mar 16, 10:14am
Benje Patterson says the regions are in great shape, despite dairy, with resilience built on wide diversification, flexibility & housing affordability
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7 Mar 16, 9:45am
The NZ Initiative’s Jason Krupp examines the most vital principles of urban economics
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13 Dec 15, 10:57am
Major demographic shifts are coming says Natalie Jackson. 'Quality of life' and 'attractiveness of place' will be key for sustaining a regional population
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25 Nov 15, 5:00am
ASB sends BoP to the top of its Regional Economic Scoreboard; notes the Auckland 'halo effect' propping up Waikato & Northland; while Wellington's performance is 'mediocre at best'
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10 Nov 15, 5:02am
Siah Hwee Ang says the ‘new normal’ growth rate of the Chinese economy will be closer to 6.5%
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4 Nov 15, 5:03am
Infometrics' Andrew Whiteford argues skill gaps will soon open up across a wide range of industries & occupations. He suggests importing skills could be part of the solution
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3 Nov 15, 5:05am
Siah Hwee Ang says food and food services markets in China are expanding, but keep a look out for changes
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2 Nov 15, 10:28am
The NZ Initiative's Khyaati Acharya says there is a strong case for applying the trial-and-error approach of the science lab to policy change
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28 Oct 15, 5:02am
Siah Hwee Ang looks at current and likely future trends in Chinese education
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20 Oct 15, 5:05am
Siah Hwee Ang says the comparison of India with China will not go away for some time to come
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13 Oct 15, 5:02am
Siah Hwee Ang says on top of New Zealand’s existing free trade agreement with China, the Chinese FTZs are there to sweeten the deal for our businesses in China
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6 Oct 15, 5:03am
Siah Hwee Ang says there are clear signs that cities other than those in East China are slowly taking over some of the country’s growth and activities
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29 Sep 15, 12:21pm
Benje Patterson singles out six regions thriving despite (or because of) the dairy downturn. Meat, horticulture, seafood and tourism -based industries are helping drive confidence and investment
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27 Jul 15, 8:50am
The NZ Initiative's Khyaati Acharya says Labour's 'circus act' will only add unsubstantiated fuel to the fire of those vehemently opposed towards all and any foreign ownership
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26 Jul 15, 8:34pm
Government acts to 'help spread the benefits of migration across the country'
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26 Jul 15, 5:02am
Bernard Hickey explains how Councils could ease RMA and other restrictions to kick-start economic growth, and in exchange get a cut from Government of the fruits of that growth
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