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National questions government debt projections

Andrew Bayly says changing the figures on the outer ends of its budget gives a nice debt number.

Brent Edwards Wed, 10 Feb 2021

The National Party thinks the government is fiddling with the numbers to make its debt projections look better.

In the budget policy statement released yesterday, the Treasury forecast net debt as a proportion of GDP would fall to 36.5% in 2034-35 after peaking at 52.6% in 2022-23, lower than

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