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‘Useful’ Productivity Commission’s work helps improve regulations

David Seymour says in some respects it is ‘very sad’ the commission will be scrapped.

Regulation Minister David Seymour.

Brent Edwards Tue, 30 Jan 2024

Legislation scrapping the Productivity Commission is being debated in Parliament this week, with the commission due to stop operating at the end of February.

In the explanation to the New Zealand Productivity Commission Act Repeal Bill, it said the commission is being disestablished in order to use

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