Majority of leaders have given a vote of confidence to new Infrastructure Commission, writes Tim McCready.

The Prime Minister's Business Advisory Council was on the money when it warned Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern that New Zealand is at an "infrastructure crisis point".

Some 86 per cent of CEOs and directors responding to this year's Mood of the Boardroom survey agree: Just 7 per cent disagree, 7 per cent are unsure.

Roads, ports, hospitals and mass-transport systems frequently appeared among comments from respondents as areas that need urgent attention.

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