Māori business principles support stability, says RBNZ’s Orr

Adrian Orr
Adrian Orr
Photo: Banco Central de Chile

Māori business principles tend to encourage long-term thinking and contribute to the stability of the economy, but Māori businesses also suffer from constraints, Adrian Orr said on September 27.

Addressing the Federation of Māori Authorities, the Reserve Bank of New Zealand governor acknowledged that the collective ownership typical of Māori business was a double-edged sword.

On the one hand, collective ownership makes it harder for banks to foreclose assets, meaning they are less willing to

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