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National outlines plan to get books back into shape

Lower spending track pales into insignificance compared with Act’s fiscal plan.

WATCH: National leader Christopher Luxon and his deputy Nicola Willis release their fiscal plan.

Brent Edwards Fri, 29 Sep 2023

The National Party intends to run lower deficits than Labour over the next three years and record a higher surplus in 2026-27.

It released its fiscal plan today, with finance spokesperson Nicola Willis saying it would restore discipline to government spending, lower taxes, and reduce net debt when

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