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Auckland is New Zealand’s dominant economic centre, leading national population and productivity growth. However, there is little detailed analysis into the nature of the sub-regional economic roles and connections within the Auckland regional economy.
This research examines the main economic linkages (labour market, transport...
The information is designed to help individual businesses in New Zealand understand the current tourism environment, benchmark their performance against the wider market, and plan for the future with greater confidence.
This edition of the TIM is based on 441 responses from a wide...
The Maori Economic Development Strategy and Action Plan, He kai kei aku ringa, is designed to boost Maori economic performance and benefit all New Zealanders. He kai kei aku ringa means providing the food you need with your own hands. The documents have been developed...
The Building Infrastructure progress report describes the current state of New Zealand’s infrastructure. It outlines the Business Growth Agenda’s goal to ensure that by 2030 New Zealand’s infrastructure is resilient and coordinated, and contributes to economic growth and increased quality of life. It provides a...