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14 Aug 18, 5:00am
Simon Bridges on how he would take up John Key's challenge to identify new economic drivers to replace strong migration and house price growth if he was in government
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8 Aug 18, 4:15pm
Trade Minister David Parker and Minister of Finance Grant Robertson have both expressed concerns over yet another round of US tariffs on China
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2 Aug 18, 2:25pm
Rabobank reports survey results from China that indicate sustainability attributes are set to play increasing role in Chinese food choices, especially for horticulture products
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21 Jun 18, 2:10pm
EU and NZ officials officially kick off negotiations for an FTA that is expected to boost goods trading by 50%
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13 Jun 18, 4:09pm
The ‘First Citizen of the Provinces’ has called for the resignation of another top public-sector figure – Fonterra Chairman John Wilson
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11 May 18, 9:03am
Westpac's Paul Clark assesses the prospects for the important, complex forestry sector, finds China demand likely to wane, local processing lacking advantages, and issues with both sustainability and carbon emission timing
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30 Apr 18, 7:33am
Simon Papa argues there's a way to both stop NZ's Financial Service Providers Register being a register of convenience & support legitimate financial services exports
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13 Apr 18, 11:54am
Donald Trump has told US officials to investigate how the US could get back in the CPTPP trade deal but one expert says opting back in now would be 'extremely difficult'
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12 Apr 18, 3:18pm
Jenée Tibshraeny takes aim at the Government for looking beyond the local, as it eyes the global, by banning new offshore oil and gas exploration
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2 Apr 18, 7:58am
Rather than retaliate, Lee Jong-Wha says Asian economies should take the opportunity to revamp their development models, boosting their own prosperity and resilience, and be constructive global actors
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27 Mar 18, 12:00pm
Threat of China exporting deflation re-emerges as US investment banks move to recoup a half a trillion dollars of Asian debt
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13 Mar 18, 2:28pm
Former WTO and UNCTAD head talks to Jen​ée Tibshraeny about why NZ should be able to secure an exemption from the the US's steel and aluminum tariffs
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6 Mar 18, 9:38am
Siah Hwee Ang says e-commerce facilitates, but IP protection should still be a concern for the Chinese market
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19 Feb 18, 5:22pm
PM Jacinda Ardern says it is her 'strong hope' the full CPTPP text will be made available this week and a national impact statement will be released on Wednesday
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22 Jan 18, 4:29pm
Siah Hwee Ang says despite huge growth in Foreign Direct Investment in China, the statistics on FDI into China have not grown as fast as would be expected of a country that is continually rolling out the red carpet
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15 Jan 18, 2:47pm
Siah Hwee Ang says while New Zealand is on summer break China has been churning out 2018 resolutions
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22 Dec 17, 7:41am
Siah Hwee Ang gazes into a crystal ball to see what next year has in store for China's impact on NZ, trade and globalisation
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14 Nov 17, 11:24am
Academic calls on new government to take a fresh look at NZ's relationship with China & face up to some of the political differences and challenges
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30 Oct 17, 11:58am
David Chaston with 10 more things you need to know about developments around and involving China; jobless rate falls; growth rate no longer targeted; David Mahon; Xi, Xi, Xi; rail freight; securitising rental housing; yield inversions
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23 Oct 17, 10:29am
David Chaston with 10 more things you need to know about developments around and involving China; fraud, smugness, neighbour's views, imbalances, restructuring, illusions, influence, housing, more fraud, and the savings glut
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