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There is Additional Information available here that is not included in the printed Update.

The Government Finance Statistics (GFS) fiscal tables for central government are not currently available.

By June 2021, OBEGAL surpluses are expected to rise to .5 billion, net debt to reduce to 18.8% of GDP and contributions to the New Zealand Superannuation Fund (NZS Fund) will resume.

To support solid economic growth and delivering better public services, the Government has announced its intention to increase capital allowances from

The New Zealand economy is currently performing well with sustained growth and an operating balance before gains and losses (OBEGAL) surplus expected for the year to June 2017.

Future trading partner growth is expected to be lower until 2017, but then pick up from 2018, increasing opportunities to work in those countries.

.9 billion to .0 billion in Budget 2017 and .0 billion from Budget 2018 onwards.

Growth in the New Zealand economy is being supported by an increasing number of people arriving in New Zealand, to live, work, study and visit.

Combined with low interest rates, this is supporting consumer spending, housing construction, other building, and investment more broadly.

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The New Zealand economy is currently performing well with sustained growth and an operating balance before gains and losses (OBEGAL) surplus expected for the year to June 2017.

Future trading partner growth is expected to be lower until 2017, but then pick up from 2018, increasing opportunities to work in those countries.

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The New Zealand economy is currently performing well with sustained growth and an operating balance before gains and losses (OBEGAL) surplus expected for the year to June 2017.Future trading partner growth is expected to be lower until 2017, but then pick up from 2018, increasing opportunities to work in those countries.

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