New Zealand's economy suffers on election eve

New Zealand’s economy suffers on election eve

The Labor prime minister, who is expected to be re-elected, plans to raise taxes for the wealthy.

The health record against the Covid-19 epidemic is excellent in New Zealand, much better than in many countries. Must contribute to the re-election Jacinda Ardern to the post of Prime Minister after the October 17 elections. Opinion polls in fact show that this Labor Party has been largely a winner for 40 years while the country deplores just 25 deaths of a population of 5 million. But on the economic front, the results are ambiguous.

Jacinda Ardern is one of the women leaders of the nations whose administration welcomed Christine Lagarde on July 22. The President of the European Central Bank (ECB) who stressed that ‘Women tend to do better’, I felt that the young New Zealander was “good communication”.

But the activity of this small contrasting country, which is approximately on the same level as France in terms of GDP per capita, has decreased. In the first quarter, it already recorded its worst decline since then

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