National has a comprehensive plan to rebuild the economy, with 100 measures to end the cost-of-living crisis, boost incomes and give Kiwis a reason to stay in New Zealand, says National chairman Christopher Luxon.|
“This election is about the economy and which party has the plan to rebuild it so you can move forward. The plan to do that work is only at the national level.
„Inflation is 6 per cent, the Reserve Bank predicts the economy is now in recession, the IMF says New Zealand’s economy will grow by just one per cent next year, our current account deficit is the largest in the developed world, and 40,000 New Zealanders left the country last year.
„The nation’s 100-point plan will deliver the strong economy we need so Kiwis don’t have to go overseas to find opportunities to thrive.
„A strong economy means lower inflation, higher incomes and lower mortgage costs. What matters is how New Zealand can invest in public services – health, education and law & order.”
The National Plan to rebuild the economy for all New Zealanders includes 100 actions across six key drivers of growth:
- Stop wasteful spending and get the books in order
- Providing tax relief to encourage hard work and alleviate the cost of living crisis
- Cutting red tape to facilitate investment and growth
- Building infrastructure for growth such as roads, public transport and renewable energy
- Developing capabilities and attracting talent to increase productivity
- Strengthening linkages with the world by supporting trade and investment
„Labor’s approach to managing the economy involves spending more, taxing more and borrowing more, and New Zealanders are going backwards because of it,” Mr Lacson says.
„The Labor government’s economic mismanagement has driven our economy into the ground, driven up the cost of living and sent large numbers of Kiwis out.
„Three weeks from now, every voter will have one chance to choose a better direction for New Zealand for the next three years. A one-party vote for Nation is a vote for our comprehensive and common economic plan to rebuild the economy, make it work for all New Zealanders, and get New Zealand back on track.”
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