Briefly

Briefly is an occasional publication tracking political and regulatory developments.

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In this issue we look at:

  • the Productivity Commission on New Zealand’s technology performance
  • the Government’s about-turn on the Oceanagold application
  • the plan to replace the decile system for schools
  • the Government’s Economic Plan publication
  • impending legislation to provide closer oversight of the financial sector, and
  • the recommendations of the Working Group on the Upper North Island Supply Chain to relocate freight operations from Auckland to Northland.

Previous issues:

Briefly – September 2019

Briefly – July 2019

Briefly – June 2019

Briefly – April 2019

Briefly – March Quarter 2019

Briefly – March 2019

Briefly – December - January 2019

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