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Mood of the Boardroom

2007 – Mood of the Boardroom

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New Zealand’s CEOs recorded some positivity towards the tax cuts provided in the year past, however just four per cent of respondents predicted the Labour Government would be reelected the following year. A lack of consultation around KiwiSaver policy to compel employers to match employee contributions irked many, while the …

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2006 – Mood of the Boardroom

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In the aftermath of the 2005 election, the business community expressed admiration for Prime Minister Helen Clark’s political abilities, but skepticism about Finance Minister Michael Cullen’s plans for economic transformation. A broad range of commercial issues arose in the comments of those surveyed, including the impact of the removal of …

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2005 – Mood of the Boardroom

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The Mood of the Boardroom 2005 tackled a range of business issues pertinent to the election of that year. The emergence of John Key was noticeable, with much support for the National Party’s new finance spokesperson in comparison to then-Minister of Finance Michael Cullen. In particular, the business community expressed …

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2004 – Mood of the Boardroom

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The Mood of the Boardroom in 2004 was broadly upbeat, with optimism about the prospects for international economic growth and stability as well as political movements to create a single market with Australia. However, underlying concerns regarding domestic growth were still on the mind for many CEOs.

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2002 – Mood of the Boardroom

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The inaugural Mood of the Boardroom report, then titled ‘State of the Nation’, reflected a mood of complacency and an economy that had seemed to plateau. The report focused on the need to increase economic ambition and create policy that fosters rapid growth from small business status upwards. The report …

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