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January 2013 Monthly Economic Indicatiors

Treasury release: January 2013 Monthly Economic Indicatiors (MEI)

The January Monthly Economic Indicators (MEI) was published on the Treasury Website today at 2.00pm. The report provides a summary of recent economic events.

Economy grew modestly in mid-2012 but stronger growth ahead
Inflation pressures remain weak
Internationally, market sentiment has improved but fiscal concerns continue to weigh on the growth outlook.

Read more at: http://www.treasury.govt.nz/economy/mei/jan13

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