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    New Zealand CAs look for targeted spends in this year’s Budget

    NZ’s 2020 Budget revealed the next stages of an economic rebuild in the wake of COVID-19 – but was it what CAs wanted?...

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    NZ hands down fiscally conservative Budget

    The Budget’s political narrative is based on fixing social underinvestment, while benefiting from a robust economy...

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    Leaders discuss the economic recovery from COVID-19

    Australian Treasurer Josh Frydenberg and New Zealand's Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Finance, Grant Robertson, answered questions from CAs in an online member event hosted by CA ANZ Chief...

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    Pension tension over retirement changes

    Ageing populations are weighing down the Australian and New Zealand economies, but voters don’t want to see changes to the retirement system, a new CA ANZ survey shows...

  5. NZ's "rebuilding together" Budget focuses on jobs, training, and infrastructure

    Commentary and analysis by Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand experts on the New Zealand Budget 2020 delivered today...

  6. "Ambitious, but realistic tone" set for NZ Budget 2020

    Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand responds to a major pre-Budget speech by Finance Minister Grant Robertson...

  7. NZ businesses can "breathe easier" in Level 2

    Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand says the move from Level 3 to Level 2 will lift a weight off both the economy and New Zealanders’ mood...

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  8. Short and very sharp recession looms

    The slump is expected to see annual average GDP shrink 4.6 percent in the June year, before expanding 0.6 percent in 2021 and a more rapid bounce back after that...

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  9. Debt set to soar as govt looks to recover and rebuild

    “The covid-19 shock will have a significant impact on the government’s fiscal position through a reduction in tax revenues and increase benefit expenses.”...

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  10. Is it enough?

    Commentary by BusinessDesk’s Pattrick Smellie who says the Finance Minister himself seemed ready to concede that the relief and recovery fund announced today may turn out just to be a down payment on...

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