A Life-Saving Safety Net

THE removal of government subsidies in the mid-1980s threw the agricultural sector in New Zealand into crisis. Interest rates were on the move, commodity prices were depressed, and farmers suddenly found themselves in difficulty with their bankers and stock firms. Government took the view that the farming sector had to become competitive and be self-supporting.

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A Life Saving Safety Net

 

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