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OCT 12

John Walley Presentation to EPMU Jobs Crisis Summit - Auckland 12 October 2012




John Walley's presentation to the EPMU Jobs Crisis Summit held in Auckland on 12 October 2012. Where MPs and business people discussed economic policy settings in the context of the continuing loss of NZ jobs.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3n9IJ9i-fgU

 


tags: summit, monetary policy, exchange rate, jobs
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