BusinessNZ Chief Executive Phil O’Reilly says that the government’s accounts continue to improve and the key economic indicators by which country comparisons can be made continue to move in the right direction, but the jury is still out as to whether a slowly slowly approach is ideal.
Business & Society
New Zealand’s services sector continued to remain in a tight band of expansion for April, with a seasonally adjusted PSI for April at 56.5.
BusinessNZ is pleased that action is being taken to ensure that ACC levies are set in a much more transparent manner than in the past.
New Zealand’s services sector continued to show healthy levels of expansion in March, with a seasonally adjusted PSI for March at 57.6.
After the Canterbury earthquakes in 2010 and 2011, the Ministry of Women’s Affairs undertook research that has led to more women training in Canterbury for trades and more women working in construction.
Incentives for firms to invest in innovation are welcome, says BusinessNZ…
Risks and opportunities for the New Zealand economy are finely balanced, according to the latest BusinessNZ Planning Forecast.
The services sector continued to show healthy expansion for February, with a seasonally adjusted PSI for February at 55.6.
The services sector started the year on the right note, with expansion improving during January, with a seasonally adjusted PSI for January at 57.8.
The latest study by the Productivity Commission is a useful, although partial, insight into the economy, says BusinessNZ.
The Local Government Funding Review discussion paper released today is useful and should spark discussion on wider issues including the proper role and limits of local government, says BusinessNZ
The services sector ended on a solid note in 2014, with expansion improving during December, with a seasonally adjusted PSI for December at 56.5.