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Chief economist ‘resigns’

Thursday 30 December 2021 | Written by Al Williams | Published in Economy, National

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Chief economist ‘resigns’
Willem (Pim) Borren. 21022508

The Cook Islands Government chief economist has resigned and returned to New Zealand amid unconfirmed reports of internal rift and substantial financial settlement with his employer, the Ministry of Finance and Economic Management.

The Cook Islands Government chief economist has resigned and returned to New Zealand amid unconfirmed reports of internal rift and substantial financial settlement with his employer, the Ministry of Finance and Economic Management.


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