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Analysts’ budget lock-up

Analysts’ budget lock-up

A budget lock-up for analysts will be held on Thursday 15 May from 12noon. It will conclude when Finance Minister Michael Cullen tables the budget documents in the House at around 2.45pm.

The venue is the Conference Room, Level 14, Treasury Building, No. 1 The Terrace.

Dr Cullen and Associate Finance Minister Trevor Mallard will attend at around 1pm and Treasury officials will be available to answer factual questions.

A cost of $85 (GST inclusive) per attendee will be imposed for the budget documents.

Organisations must RSVP and advise the names of those attending by 5pm Thursday, 8 May to Amber Carver at the Treasury: (04) 471 5954 or mailto: mailto:Amber.Carver@treasury.govt.nz Cheques should be made out to The Treasury and paid by Monday 12 May to:

The Treasury PO Box 3724 WELLINGTON Attention: Amber Carver.

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