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  •   Home > News > Politics

    Excitement from businesses, as the prospects grow for a transtasman bubble

    Excitement from businesses, as the prospects grow for a transtasman bubble


    An Australian taskforce has unveiled plans to allow Kiwis into Australia by November -- on a state by state basis.

    Jacinda Ardern says it may take longer for New Zealand to allow Australians here.

    But Trans-Tasman Business Circle general manager, Sharron Lloyd, says many businesses will benefit once a safe bubble's in place.

    She says New Zealand and Australia are two of the most integrated economies in the world, particularly between us and New South Wales.

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