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N.Z. Projects Narrower Surplus as Greek Risks Darken Outlook

David Shearer, leader of New Zealand's opposition Labour Party, speaks following the reading of the budget in Parliament in Wellington, New Zealand, on Thursday, May 24, 2012. New Zealand's government projected a narrower budget surplus in 2015, the first in seven years, and indicated that a disorderly exit by Greece from the euro region heightens the risk of achieving that goal. Photographer: Mark Coote/Bloomberg via Getty Images
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145209321
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May 24, 2012
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NZ BUDGET