Last week's Christchurch Fabian 'Bold Choices' seminar is covered in today's Dom-Post:


On a sunny Sunday afternoon in Christchurch about 50 people gather to listen to four men preach what big business and government circles consider economic heresy.

The speakers are Business and Economic Research chief economist Ganesh Nana, hi-tech businessman Selwyn Pellett from Endace, Manufacturers and Exporters Association chief executive John Walley and business commentator Rod Oram.

They are all singing a similar song: The New Zealand economy is broken and needs a drastic policy shift to avert complete disaster brought on by ballooning foreign debt and a crippled export sector...


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