Apr 16 - For the first time in a number of years, the outlook for the NZ economy is not as positive as it has been previously.
In October last year, our deputy Prime Minister Winston Peters boldly predicted that the economy was about to fall into an abyss due to the policies of the prior National government.
He was very wrong off course, as high export commodity prices have kept the economy ticking along at a robust clip over the intervening period.
However, today due to widespread uncertainty in the business community about the impact on the economy from all the policy changes the Coalition Government (which Mr Peters is an integral part of) is now implementing, there are now several reasons why to outlook is not so positive:-
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