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Curtains for Nats

Published: Wed 1 Dec 2004 10:34 AM
Curtains for Nats
National’s collapse in the New Zealand Herald poll released today means voters who want to see the company tax rate cut should vote Progressive, Progressive leader Jim Anderton says.
“National is not going to be in the government after the next election. Progressive will be. With the support of pro-business voters who have a social conscience, we can use our position in government to win a cut in the company tax rate, help to boost New Zealand’s economy and win more gains for New Zealand families.
“National will be in Opposition and won’t deliver anything.
“Progressive will be working with Labour in a coalition to deliver the best economic conditions in decades, reduced company tax, assistance for home buyers and reduced student debt for students who stay in New Zealand,” Jim Anderton said.

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