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New Zealand financial markets are expecting the Reserve Bank to stick to its no change policy this morning.
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16/07/2012 9:32:15 p.m.
Surely the focus must be on the demand side? This government has been using immigration to keep prices unaffordable and create demand for their property developer mates. It has to stop otherwise we will end up like the UK or other countries that have a messed up future.
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