NZ growth prospects improving - migration flows rising
NZ growth prospects keep improving so it is unsurprising that migration flows are rising very strongly.
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NZ Looking Better than Australia
Australia’s growth prospects and sentiment levels have dimmed as slowing China growth reveals an ending of the mining boom. In NZ by contrast construction and dairying are booming with potentially millions more Chinese each year seeking out NZ food products. 964 words
The shortage not only remains but is getting worse and more is to come as migration booms. 801 words
Evidence is building of high business sentiment being set to translate into strong hiring growth. 298 words
Courtesy largely of a turning in the large migration cycle which NZ experiences with Australia, net migration flows are approaching average levels and look set to rise to 2 – 3 times the average annual net gain in the coming year or two. 305 words
Tony Smale this month’s discusses Universalism versus Particularism – the different ways we view things. 665 words
shock and cultural
What might they mean for Kiwi repats?
David Ellis, a recent Massey University Doctoral Scholarship winner, writes about his research into the re-entry experiences of returned Kiwis. 693 words
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