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Economics Panel: NZ economy may surprise, shock in 2023

Overseas shocks could drive a hard landing for NZ economy next year; plenty of uncertainty.

NZIER principal economist Christina Leung and CTU policy director and economist Craig Renney speak with Jonathan Mitchell.

The year 2022 has been a difficult one to manage on a global scale – economic forecasters have often missed the mark – and next year will bring much more uncertainty.

Businesses and financial markets have had to navigate a series of hurdles, including the continued Covid-19 pandemic, as well as

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