FrontPage: Finance Minister Bill English and Treasury Secretary Gabriel Makhlouf at the Finance and Expenditure Committee yesterday

ENGLISH CAUTIOUS ON ECONOMY

Finance Minister Bill English is sticking with the growth forecasts he unveiled on December 15 last year despite, by his own admission, a series of negative changes in the world economic outlook. Those fore…
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: Inland Revenue's Wellington head office

TREASURY CATCHES KEY OUT

More evidence of how the Government has flown in the face of official advice over taxing housing and capital gains has now emerged. Documents released last week under the Official Information Act show Treas…
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SORT OUT SUPER SAYS THE IMF

Finance Minister Bill English and Treasury will this morning defend their two big economic forecasts from late last year in front of Parliament’s Finance and Expenditure Select Committee. They will do so …
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: Noted US economist Robert Reich --- Labour's guest to talk the future of work and what's worng with the TPP.

ANDREW LITTLE GOES ON THE FRONT FOOT

Labour’s promise yesterday to provide three years’ free tertiary education is part of a much bigger redefinition of the party’s economic policies. The proposal, outlined at the Albert Park Band rotund…
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