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Finance Minister Steven Joyce warns workers not to get hopes up for a Budget tax windfall

New Zealand Herald Friday, 19 May 2017
Finance Minister Steven Joyce warns workers not to get hopes up for a Budget tax windfallFinance Minister Steven Joyce is talking down expectations of a windfall for voters in this week's Budget, saying people should not get too excited about what might be possible despite healthy surpluses in the years ahead.However,...
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