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    A leading economist says New Zealand's still waiting for a major economic speedbump

    A leading economist says New Zealand's still waiting for a major economic speedbump


    ANZ Global Chief Economist Richard Yetsenga says many small economies have made the same mistake of presuming the financial crisis had nothing to do with them.

    He says the reality is it takes longer for the ripples of economic issues to reach small open economies like New Zealand and Australia.

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