Economy

Operating surplus beats expectations

The New Zealand government's operating surplus beat expectations as the Crown's tax take was bolstered rising company profits, a bigger working population and increased investment gains. 

The operating balance before gains and losses (obegal) widened to $5.53 billion in the 12 months ended June from $4.07 billion a year earlier, beating Treasury's forecast in May for a surplu

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