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The OECD has called for greater exploration of options for funding public infrastructure in its latest New Zealand survey The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development notes in its 2017 OECD Survey of New Zealand that the recent Auckland Unitary Plan will allow greater housing densification and some expansion of urban development limits, thus helping boost housing numbers. Continue →
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Property Council New Zealand has welcomed the government’s announcement of $11 billion of new funding for infrastructure across New Zealand over the next four years The funding announcement, ahead of Budget Day, signals a clear commitment by government to continue its support for New Zealand’s economic growth and development. Continue →
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The New Zealand economy has just celebrated its seventh year of uninterrupted annual expansion, BERL chief economist Dr Ganesh Nana notes On the back of strong population growth, in turn driven by unprecedented migration inflows, GDP has grown 18 per cent since 2010. Continue →
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Property Institute of New Zealand chief executive, Ashley Church, is calling upon Finance minister Stephen Joyce to renegotiate the government’s target agreements with the Reserve Bank in light of this week’s announcement that current governor, Graeme Wheeler, will not be seeking a second term. Continue →
Finance Significant-brand retailers are among those snapping up former Dick Smith’s stores
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Significant-brand retailers are among those snapping up former Dick Smith’s stores The closing of the doors of Dick Smith’s stores across the country marks a time of new beginning for some significant-brand retailers. Continue →
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  According to John Urlich, commercial manager at Barfoot & Thompson, investor demand remains strong and this quarter has ended positively, with the company’s team concluding a record number of transactions and many larger sales. Continue →
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When Australia’s largest dairy farm was sold to Chinese buyers recently, its biggest tabloid paper headlined that the government was “Milking Us Dry!” by approving the deal. Continue →