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  •   Home > News > Politics

    The Government's new investor immigration strategy won't result in them all moving to New Zealand

    The Government's new investor immigration strategy won't result in them all moving to New Zealand


    It'll allow 220 investors to visit over the next year -- and hopes to encourage high-value international investment into the country.

    Deputy prime minister Grant Robertson says they won't all turn into people bringing businesses here.

    He says it'll be a number less than 200 -- they'll be assess us and us them.

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