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The Financial Statements of the Government


The Financial Statements of the Government

The Financial Statements of the Government for the four months ended 31 October 2007

  • The Financial Statements – 31 October 2007
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    Correction: Please note that the “Taxations as a percentage of GDP” line in Table 3 on page 5 has been corrected. The amended table will differ from the published version. The corrected table will appear on the Treasury website. http://www.treasury.govt.nz/releases/2007-12-05f

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