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Budget 2020 will be a 'recovery budget'

Rebecca Howard
Wed, 15 Apr 2020

Rebecca Howard
Wed, 15 Apr 2020
This year’s budget will be a “recovery budget,” Finance Minister Grant Robertson told BusinessNZ.“It will include funding for the cost pressures that are a necessary part of keeping our country ticking over. But we will devote much of our resources to kickstarting this recovery,” he said.Robertson said the past month has been the “most extraordinary” of his life and, “not least because having spent the last two and a half years as finance minister operating a tight fiscal ship, I have approved expenditure of more than $20 billion in three weeks...

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