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Canterbury economy moves past rebuild to new growth areas

Canterbury Development Corp's CEO outlines the future sources of business growth. With special feature audio.

Nevil Gibson
Thu, 07 Jul 2016

The latest report on the Canterbury economy shows the pace of construction and the rebuild has peaked.

Growth is slowing, unemployment levels are rising and the housing market is flattening out, it says.

But Canterbury Development Corporation chief executive Tom Hooper says this is just part of a

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Nevil Gibson
Thu, 07 Jul 2016
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