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Despite 'bad luck' and looming export ceiling, NZ will resist stagnation, says US economist

Nathan Smith
Fri, 22 Aug 2014

People once cynically called New Zealand an experimental country. We have just enough citizens to justify a decent sample size and the society is advanced enough for sufficient acclimatisation of technology.

The old Australia, New Zealand, United States Security (ANZUS) treaty was really a

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Nathan Smith
Fri, 22 Aug 2014
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Despite 'bad luck' and looming export ceiling, NZ will resist stagnation, says US economist
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