The governor of the Reserve Bank of New Zealand, Adrian Orr, has come under criticism for publicly commenting on the earthquake recovery management carried out by the former government.
Orr said during his time as chief executive of the NZ Super Fund, he gave up trying to invest in the rebuild of Christchurch out of frustration. The city, the biggest in New Zealand’s South Island, was struck by an earthquake on February 22, 2011.
“My single biggest frustration when I was at the Super Fund was
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