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    New Zealand's being told by the OECD we need to boost productivity, address soaring house prices and better integrate migrants into the labour market

    New Zealand's being told by the OECD we need to boost productivity, address soaring house prices and better integrate migrants into the labour market


    It's part of the latest economic survey being released this morning at Parliament by OECD Deputy Secretary-General Masamichi Kono.

    The report praises the Government's wellbeing approach but says it can be improved through better policymaking and reforms to housing and migration policy.

    It's projecting growth of about two-point-five percent this year and next

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