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NZ not doing enough to attract ‘young wealth creators'

A "magnet city" approach in Auckland could increase its GDP by an average 2%.
 
KPMG Magnet Cities co-author Caroline Haynes talks about the state on New Zealand cities on NBR Radio and on demand on MyNBR Radio.

Jason Walls
Thu, 01 Oct 2015

New Zealand cities lagging behind other world cities in attracting young talent are costing the economy heavily.

According to a KPMG study, “magnet cities,” countries investing in making cities more attractive for young international talent, have seen a “substantial improvement” in their economies

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Jason Walls
Thu, 01 Oct 2015
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