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  • McDuck
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    Originally posted by motivated View Post
    Im curious about recent worldwide repatriations. Has this increased or decreased the population of NZ? Housing is a supply and demand issue and will be affected to population changes. I also wonder how many Kiwis will return from Aussie because of their appalling treatment of non citizen taxpayers. Apparently there are over 600000 kiwis in Aus
    You're looking at the wrong target.
    People is the wrong thing to count.
    It's a smaller target.
    You need to count the money in their pockets.

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  • motivated
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    Im curious about recent worldwide repatriations. Has this increased or decreased the population of NZ? Housing is a supply and demand issue and will be affected to population changes. I also wonder how many Kiwis will return from Aussie because of their appalling treatment of non citizen taxpayers. Apparently there are over 600000 kiwis in Aus

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  • McDuck
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    Originally posted by eri View Post
    There are 69,000 more people here at the end of last month than there were at the same time last year.

    Now that's down from the peak of 72, but it's still big.

    And yet this week, no outcry. Barely a whimper. Why?

    Here's my guess - because the majority of the noise was coming from the left.

    They hated National, Labour promised to change it.

    Labour hasn't, the supporters are embarrassed so they're quiet and hope it will all go away without anyone noticing.

    Well sorry, I'm still here, and in a weird way grateful.

    Grateful that Labour has clearly woken up to the fact they actually need these people.


    http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/ar...ectid=12040490
    But do we?

    really?

    Because when you import a worker fully grown, you also import other things.

    like customs and family connections, and ideologies.

    Which might not mesh well with your own.

    Where as if you grow and build your own workers they are more tuned to your environment.

    It's pure incompetence not to be able to take a perfectly formed baby and fill it with the skills and attitudes to fit your needs.

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  • eri
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    There are 69,000 more people here at the end of last month than there were at the same time last year.

    Now that's down from the peak of 72, but it's still big.

    And yet this week, no outcry. Barely a whimper. Why?

    Here's my guess - because the majority of the noise was coming from the left.

    They hated National, Labour promised to change it.

    Labour hasn't, the supporters are embarrassed so they're quiet and hope it will all go away without anyone noticing.

    Well sorry, I'm still here, and in a weird way grateful.

    Grateful that Labour has clearly woken up to the fact they actually need these people.


    http://www.nzherald.co.nz/nz/news/ar...ectid=12040490

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  • Davo36
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    Nice site, eri, pity it's 2010 data. Hopefully they'll update it at some point.

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  • Damap
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    China already number 2. Wow. Great site Eri thinks so much!

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  • eri
    started a topic immigration flows

    immigration flows

    a site that showsthe to and fros of immigrants + migrantshttp://peoplemov.in/#t_NZ
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