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Fairer supermarket profit more important than GST on/off fruit

OPINION: Anti-govt groups believe supermarkets will be ‘rubbing their hands in glee’ at removing GST off produce. No shit, Sherlocks.

NBR senior journalist Dita De Boni speaks with Hamish McNicol.

Dita De Boni Wed, 16 Aug 2023

Hold onto your hats: it’s hard to believe I know, but groups as diverse as the National and Act parties, the so-called ‘Taxpayers Union’ and the NZ Initiative all find fault with Labour’s election-targeted ‘GST off fruit and vegetables’ policy and are decrying it far and wide as

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