Friday, January 20, 2006

Who said it?

"However, the question that has to be asked is whether the productive potential of the economy can be unlocked if the principal prescription is to reduce taxes and compliance costs."

"This year's Newsweek 2006 special edition on Innovation has significant contributions from prime ministers, CEOs of the world's largest companies and leading creative thinkers. They provide a compelling message about the role of government in achieving growth and innovation."

"In successful economies, governments do more than get out of the way. They are the primary funders of education, and actively work to attract international business."

Was it;
a/ Jim Anderton
b/ Rod Oram
c/ Steve Maharey
d/ Brian Easton?


Michael said...

Sounds like Steve Maherey - it's the sort of thing a leftie Uni Lecturer would say.

Easton would be choice number 2.

Anonymous said...

"All of the above" would probably be right too if you consider they all would have said it at some time...