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  •   Home > News > Politics

    Hamilton's Mayor says the city's diversity is likely its economic strength

    Hamilton's Mayor says the city's diversity is likely its economic strength


    A report shows it has the strongest GDP for a New Zealand city.

    It's risen 4.3 percent since 2019 -- in contrast to 3.3 for Wellington, 3.1 for Christchurch and 0.4 for Auckland.

    Paula Southgate says the city's economy is getting a boost from its growing tech sector, with seven or eight companies that rank big in the international scene.

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