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Byett, Anthony
June 2003
Chartered Accountants Journal;Jun2003, Vol. 82 Issue 5, p43
Discusses various aspects of the national budget in New Zealand. Efforts of the government sector to reduce its operating expenses; Increase in expenditures in the private sector; Implications for the costs of health care.


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