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Leading economists share their outlook for 2021
Electronic card data shows where Kiwis spent money in December.
Much of the annual economic growth was driven by the construction sector.
Policymakers worldwide should embrace more spending to help revive their stuttering economies, the IMF says.
"Anything else is at best misleading, and at worst potentially lethal for the human enterprise."
It will remain open until at least December 31, 2024.
The results show New Zealanders are gloomy about the chances of a post-COVID economic bounce.
"This is just an unsustainable path."
The Government has been told to take emergency measures to build new homes amid the severe shortage.
Some cafés have had to close entirely as they ran out of food.
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un said his five-year economic plan had failed to meet its goals "on almost every sector".
A property market expert says a prediction house prices will stop rising in 2021 because no one can afford them isn't true.
Values rose quickly in 2020 right up until the end of December despite the recession and pandemic, new figures show.
Relations between the world's two biggest economies have come under increasing strain.
New Zealand needs to be vigilant and must seek to improve, writes Alexander Gillespie for The Conversation.
One property expert believes housing prices will continue to rise, but at a considerably slower rate.
Without Trump's signature, about 14 million people could lose those extra benefits.
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He also praised parts of the Government's response to COVID-19.
Factors like employment, population growth and house prices are taken into account to rank the economic performance of the country's regions.
Cutting taxes for the rich has no effect on employment or GDP growth - increasing them could help us fight COVID-19.
"Despite this huge mandate they are showing political weakness over one of the most pressing issues of our time."
It's bounced back from the June quarter's historic 12.2 percent fall.
"We've never heard of the term 'termination season'."
They also urged tenants on a budget to prioritise rent over buying presents so staff members' holidays wouldn't be ruined.
An Auckland business leader has gone into bat for the city's commercial landlords.
"2020 has been a reminder of the perils of trying to time the markets."
Destinations like Queenstown are being hit hardest.