Judo Bank economic advisor Warren Hogan says New South Wales is “in good shape” under new Premier Dominic Perrottet and Treasurer Matt Kean.
“The outgoing treasurer, incoming premier, has the recovery plan ready to go, and that should be announced in the next few weeks,” he told Sky News Australia.
“That’s really just about reinvigorating the economy as we open up post 70, post 80 per cent and then when we get to December 1, it’s sort of all ready to go.”
Mr Hogan said Mr Perrottet had “a very, very strong view” of the state government providing support to the exposed industries and locations hit hard by the virus.
“I think the focus is really at the moment on getting the economy up and going again but, you know, it’s got a strategic view, the new incoming Treasurer Matt Kean will sort of put his mark on that strategic view of where New South Wales is headed,” he said.
“I think we’re in good shape from an economic perspective in terms of our leadership.”