What month in 2000 was gst introduced?
GST was 1st introduced by the 4th Labour Governemtn in 1986 at the rate of 10%
[November]. in New Zealand.
How ever it was increased to 12.5% on July 1st 1989.
This year on October 1st, it will again increase to 15%.
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