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PwC’s Budget analysis: New Zealand's path through the maze

PwC’s Budget analysis: New Zealand's path through the maze

PwC is pleased to share with you our Budget 2012 publication - ‘PwC’s Budget analysis: New Zealand's path through the maze’.

Our team of experts has assessed the implications of this year's Budget and our analysis includes:

The Government's 2012 Budget is conservative and disciplined in one sense but bullish and optimistic in another.

• Budget highlights: No frills, no thrills.
• Tax changes at the margins.
• Capital gains tax: No silver bullet.
• The Budget 2010 Tax Switch: An interim report.
• Looking back at 30 years of Budgets.
• Capital investment.
• Mixed ownership of state assets and the future investment fund.
• Local government: Big changes ahead.
• Overseas investment.
• Christchurch.
• Austerity or stimulus?

A PDF of our publication is available here.

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