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NZ one of least efficient high-income countries at infrastructure

ANALYSIS: The quality of our infrastructure does not match the level of spending – and bridging this substantial divide will demand more than just a stroke of luck.

WATCH: NBR columnist Hillmarè Schulze speaks with Brent Edwards.

Decades of inadequate investment and short-sighted planning by successive governments have left New Zealand with a staggering $210 billion infrastructure deficit.

A $210b deficit translates to a $104b shortfall in essential infrastructure, including roads, schools, and hospitals, that should have

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Hillmarè Schulze Mon, 13 Nov 2023
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