RBNZ reviews policy choices to tackle macroeconomic imbalances


Policies to improve the government's net savings and influence private-sector saving and investment behaviour may help to reduce the vulnerabilities that macroeconomic imbalances have on the New Zealand economy, according to a paper published in the Reserve Bank of New Zealand's Reserve Bank Bulletin on Friday.

The article reports on a policy forum sponsored by the New Zealand Treasury, the Reserve Bank of New Zealand and Victoria University of Wellington on New Zealand's macroeconomic

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