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  •   Home > News > Business

    The Associate Finance Minister says we're not alone when it comes to economic challenges

    The Associate Finance Minister says we're not alone when it comes to economic challenges

    6 July 2022
    The latest NZIER survey has business confidence at its weakest since March 2020 -- with 62 percent of businesses expecting economic conditions to deteriorate.

    It's prompted ASB to warn of the possibility of stagflation.

    Megan Woods says the Government's taking steps to address issues like the skills shortage.

    She says the next phase of the green list has clicked in, and we're already seeing a number of visas coming to fruition, with people coming on working holidays.

    © 2022 Newstalk ZB, NZCity


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