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Otago economy likely to remain weakest into 2021: Westpac

Regional Outlook says red-hot housing market, especially in Auckland, keeping things buoyant

Dita De Boni Thu, 14 Jan 2021

Regions that are heavy on agriculture and forestry have outperformed New Zealand’s urban centres as the Covid-19 pandemic border closures take their toll, according to the Westpac Regional Outlook released today.

Auckland is one of those hit hard by the lack of tourists, but the report says

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