Election 2020

Business wants more from next finance minister

Victoria Young
Mon, 28 Sep 2020

Business wants more from next finance minister
Victoria Young
Mon, 28 Sep 2020
Business leaders were left somewhat wanting after a debate this morning between Finance Minister Grant Robertson and his counterpart, National’s Paul Goldsmith.The pair traded barbs this morning in a debate held as part of the NZ Herald’s Mood of the Boardroom survey, which stated Robertson’s approval rating was 91 percent while Goldsmith’s was just 53 percent. However, 24 percent of the top business executives answering the survey chose “unsure” when asked about National’s finance spokesperson.Issues c...

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