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FULL COVERAGE: Labour Announces $11.5b Surplus

Economy News: FULL COVERAGE: Labour Announces $11.5 Billion Surplus

Treasury News: Government Surplus Hits $2875 Per Person - The National Party's delivered an angry response to the Government's $11.5 billion surplus. It says the greedy Labour-led Government should apologise for gouging New Zealand taxpayers following the announcement of an enormous $11.5 billion surplus. National Party finance spokesman John Key says: "New Zealand is now running the second biggest surplus in the developed world." See... Huge surplus shows Labour has gouged taxpayers
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  • NZ Govt - Financial statements consistent with fiscal plan
  • ACT New Zealand - How Big Does The Surplus Have To Be?
  • Greens - Sustainability first, equitable tax cuts second
  • PSA - Surplus: Union call for accord on public services
  • Business New Zealand - Surplus - cut business tax sooner
  • Association of Salaried Medical Specialists - Massive Surpluses Should Rescue Public Hospitals
  • Alliance Party - Surplus should be spent on social goods
  • Employers And Manufacturers Association - Call for business tax rate cuts from next year
  • Wellington Chamber of Commerce - Tax Cuts Must Go on Agenda
  • Grey Power - "Use The Surplus To Save Lives"
  • NZ University Student's Assn - Use Surplus For Quality Tertiary Education
  • Otago Polytechnic Student's Assn - Surplus Needed for Infrastructure
  • Quality Public Education Coalition - Clamour for Tax Cuts Obscene
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