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Briefing to the Incoming Minister

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Briefing to the Incoming Minister

After each election we provide our Ministers with briefings on their portfolios, the Ministry and our work. Our briefings to the Minister for Social Development and Employment, the Minister for Disability Issues and the Minister of Youth Affairs are below.


By MSD, New Zealand. -


Business Policy Resource.


Budget Policy Statement Falls Short of Government's Goals

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Budget Policy Statement Falls Short of Government's Goals,

14 February 2007 “The projections in the Budget Policy Statement, which go out over 10 years from when the government was first elected in 1999, are clear evidence that its economic policies are not succeeding”, Roger Kerr, executive director of the New Zealand Business Roundtable, said today.


By NZBR, NewZealand.


Business Policy Resource.


Perspectives.Stern review

Perspectives.Stern review..By Bjorn Lomborg. Published in The Wall Street Journal, November 2006. The report on climate change by Nicholas Stern and the U.K. government has sparked publicity and scary headlines around the world. Much attention has been devoted to Mr. Stern’s core argument that the price of inaction would be extraordinary and the cost of action modest..

 

By NZBR, New Zealand.

Business Policy Resource.


Big Business needs to put apathetic policy to the sword

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Big Business needs to put apathetic policy to the sword. By Doug Myers. 20 February 2006. Doug Myers, the exiled eminence grise of the Business Roundtable, reflected on two decades of economic advocacy with this polemic on the state of the country, the Government, the media and the Herald. It was delivered, in his absence, to a Roundtable dinner at Waiheke by fellow traveller Alan Gibbs..

 

By New Zealand Business Roundtable, New Zealand.

Business Policy Resource.


Telecommunications Regulation

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Telecommunications Regulation. This submission analyses how the Commerce Commission comes to its mistaken conclusions. It focuses on its policy framework and on the cost benefit analysis that underlies the claim that $71.25m net benefit by confusing consumer benefits with efficiency gains. The "Submission on the Commerce Commission's Amended Draft Report on Telecommunications Act 2001 Section 64 Review" is published by the New Zealand Business Roundtable

 

By New Zealand Business Roundtable, New Zealand.

Business Policy Resource.


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