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How the ‘Depression Election of 2023’ will be fought

OPINION: Neither major political party has shown a serious will to address economic challenges.

NBR Columnist Rob MacCulloch speaks with Jonathan Mitchell.

The marginally different economic Band-Aids that Labour and National are proposing to try to win the 2023 election are taking shape.

Put bluntly, the Kiwi economy is being buffeted by large supply shocks to labour, oil, and a host of other inputs that require extensive deep-level reforms to

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Robert MacCulloch Thu, 14 Jul 2022
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How the ‘Depression Election of 2023’ will be fought
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