Will today’s Budget ease New Zealand’s growing pains?
Will today’s Budget ease New Zealand’s growing
This afternoon, the new Minister of Finance
– Steven Joyce – will reveal the strategy underpinning
this election year’s Budget and we’re ready to provide
New Zealanders with a perspective on the outcomes.
Our team of specialist Budget ‘17 analysts will be in
the Wellington lock-up dissecting the outcomes and providing
commentary via our website, LinkedIn and Twitter as soon as
they come to hand. Bruce Bernacchi, will also be in the
Newstalk ZB studio between 2pm and 3pm with live on air
updates on Budget outcomes.
For more information about
KPMG’s perspective on Budget’17;
one of our four analysts for an interview,
visit our website www.kpmg.com/nz or,
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