Briefing to the Incoming Minister of Finance and Minister of Economic Development: Delivering the Government's Economic Growth Agenda
Published 12 Nov 2014
This briefing is part of the suite of briefings prepared for incoming Ministers by the Treasury following the general election of 20 September 2014.
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Economic CEs' shared description of a successful New Zealand economy
Priority 1: A competitive business environment that’s internationally connected
Priority 2: Skills that support participation and economic growth
Priority 3: High quality natural and built environment that supports future economic growth
Annex ‐ Agencies part of the Economic CEs group
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