Exports

24th Nov 20, 1:13pm
Economic researcher NZIER says the wave of stimulus provided is pointing to a 'V-shaped recovery' for the New Zealand economy
Economic researcher NZIER says the wave of stimulus provided is pointing to a 'V-shaped recovery' for the New Zealand economy
24th Nov 20, 1:13pm
20th Oct 20, 10:36am
Latest NZIER Quarterly Survey of Business Opinion shows rise in confidence ahead of election - firms much more upbeat about hiring staff
Latest NZIER Quarterly Survey of Business Opinion shows rise in confidence ahead of election - firms much more upbeat about hiring staff
20th Oct 20, 10:36am
8th Oct 20, 9:36am
Westpac senior agri economist Nathan Penny says the tourism, seafood and export education sectors plus gold kiwifruit exports are most at risk if our trade relationship with China was to change
Westpac senior agri economist Nathan Penny says the tourism, seafood and export education sectors plus gold kiwifruit exports are most at risk if our trade relationship with China was to change
8th Oct 20, 9:36am
16th Sep 20, 11:00am
NZ earned $0.5 billion more than it spent in transactions with the rest of the world in the June quarter due to the sharp slowdown in international trade because of Covid-19; annual deficit was just 1.9% of GDP
NZ earned $0.5 billion more than it spent in transactions with the rest of the world in the June quarter due to the sharp slowdown in international trade because of Covid-19; annual deficit was just 1.9% of GDP
16th Sep 20, 11:00am
2nd Sep 20, 10:24am
Retail NZ says about 10,000 retailers are estimated to be in danger of going out of business over the next 12 months
Retail NZ says about 10,000 retailers are estimated to be in danger of going out of business over the next 12 months
2nd Sep 20, 10:24am
6th Aug 20, 1:54pm
The retail sector still seeing two-speed trading with many operators reporting sales up up but a significant minority reporting falling sales
The retail sector still seeing two-speed trading with many operators reporting sales up up but a significant minority reporting falling sales
6th Aug 20, 1:54pm
28th Jul 20, 9:54am
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China moves to drive a wedge between Australia and New Zealand by shifting its agricultural trade purchases away from Australia as punishment for its alignment with the US
China moves to drive a wedge between Australia and New Zealand by shifting its agricultural trade purchases away from Australia as punishment for its alignment with the US
28th Jul 20, 9:54am
27th Jul 20, 6:30pm
Government spends $52 million propping up export education sector but can't say when in 2021 it'll increase managed isolation capacity to let in international students
Government spends $52 million propping up export education sector but can't say when in 2021 it'll increase managed isolation capacity to let in international students
27th Jul 20, 6:30pm
21st Jul 20, 8:56am
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The Productivity Commission's Patrick Nolan says getting a clearer picture of what success looks like can help illustrate the challenges facing New Zealand firms striving to be world class
The Productivity Commission's Patrick Nolan says getting a clearer picture of what success looks like can help illustrate the challenges facing New Zealand firms striving to be world class
21st Jul 20, 8:56am
7th Jul 20, 2:45pm
Research by NZ Retail finds over half of retailers reported better business in June compared with a year ago but over a quarter fared worse; 6000 jobs seen as going over next three months
Research by NZ Retail finds over half of retailers reported better business in June compared with a year ago but over a quarter fared worse; 6000 jobs seen as going over next three months
7th Jul 20, 2:45pm
7th Jul 20, 11:33am
Decision on where to move parts of the Ports of Auckland kicked down the road, as a new study suggests it should be moved to the Manukau Harbour, not Northport
Decision on where to move parts of the Ports of Auckland kicked down the road, as a new study suggests it should be moved to the Manukau Harbour, not Northport
7th Jul 20, 11:33am
7th Jul 20, 10:15am
Latest NZIER Quarterly Survey of Business Opinion shows businesses still very downbeat, with 25% of them expecting weaker demand in the next quarter; construction sector most pessimistic
Latest NZIER Quarterly Survey of Business Opinion shows businesses still very downbeat, with 25% of them expecting weaker demand in the next quarter; construction sector most pessimistic
7th Jul 20, 10:15am
6th Jul 20, 8:00am
Chris Trotter delves into the demands for a Covid-19 exit strategy and points to four fundamental operating principles to serve as a guide for 'Covexiters'
Chris Trotter delves into the demands for a Covid-19 exit strategy and points to four fundamental operating principles to serve as a guide for 'Covexiters'
6th Jul 20, 8:00am
29th Jun 20, 5:03pm
Neither Europe nor the USA are going to do us any trading favours says Keith Woodford. For both of them, it is all about self-interest
Neither Europe nor the USA are going to do us any trading favours says Keith Woodford. For both of them, it is all about self-interest
29th Jun 20, 5:03pm
29th Jun 20, 10:50am
New Zealand headquartered maker of breathing equipment Fisher & Paykel Healthcare faces 'unprecedented' demand for its products as virus sweeps the globe
New Zealand headquartered maker of breathing equipment Fisher & Paykel Healthcare faces 'unprecedented' demand for its products as virus sweeps the globe
29th Jun 20, 10:50am
25th Jun 20, 11:15am
Statistics New Zealand says low levels of imports in April and May have caused our deficit to 'quickly shrink' to just $1.3 bln for the year to May
Statistics New Zealand says low levels of imports in April and May have caused our deficit to 'quickly shrink' to just $1.3 bln for the year to May
25th Jun 20, 11:15am
17th Jun 20, 2:30pm
New Zealand-UK free trade negotiations to begin via video conference in July, says Minister for Trade and Export Growth David Parker
New Zealand-UK free trade negotiations to begin via video conference in July, says Minister for Trade and Export Growth David Parker
17th Jun 20, 2:30pm
17th Jun 20, 11:01am
NZ's current account deficit narrowed to $1.6 bln in the March quarter, while the annual deficit of $8.5 bln, at 2.7% of GDP, was in line with economists' forecasts
NZ's current account deficit narrowed to $1.6 bln in the March quarter, while the annual deficit of $8.5 bln, at 2.7% of GDP, was in line with economists' forecasts
17th Jun 20, 11:01am
16th Jun 20, 4:36pm
Finding new markets for NZ exports is challenging. Here, Keith Woodford looks at the Southern Asian countries of India, Bangladesh and Pakistan, and further west to Iran
Finding new markets for NZ exports is challenging. Here, Keith Woodford looks at the Southern Asian countries of India, Bangladesh and Pakistan, and further west to Iran
16th Jun 20, 4:36pm
13th Jun 20, 9:29am
In this time of extreme economic stress, New Zealand's lifelines are its international trade relationships built on a growing set of FTAs. Guy Trafford assesses the health of these arrangements
In this time of extreme economic stress, New Zealand's lifelines are its international trade relationships built on a growing set of FTAs. Guy Trafford assesses the health of these arrangements
13th Jun 20, 9:29am
8th Jun 20, 12:42pm
NZ has crushed Covid-19, but now the government must devise a resilience strategy that will ensure our independence and sovereignty are protected in the post-Covid world, writes Anne-Marie Brady
NZ has crushed Covid-19, but now the government must devise a resilience strategy that will ensure our independence and sovereignty are protected in the post-Covid world, writes Anne-Marie Brady
8th Jun 20, 12:42pm
1st Jun 20, 12:53pm
Guy Trafford points out that our current 'dependency' on one large market is nothing like previous dependences that ended in tears. We are far better diversified now
Guy Trafford points out that our current 'dependency' on one large market is nothing like previous dependences that ended in tears. We are far better diversified now
1st Jun 20, 12:53pm
25th May 20, 4:35pm
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Farmers and forest owners bristle at politicians screwing the scrum so that forest owners subsidise the domestic wood processing industry, potentially resulting in trade retaliation from export markets
Farmers and forest owners bristle at politicians screwing the scrum so that forest owners subsidise the domestic wood processing industry, potentially resulting in trade retaliation from export markets
25th May 20, 4:35pm
21st May 20, 9:37am
If New Zealand wants to diversify it trade away from China then the ten ASEAN countries will be important markets. However, the commercial realities, particularly for value-add products, will be challenging
If New Zealand wants to diversify it trade away from China then the ten ASEAN countries will be important markets. However, the commercial realities, particularly for value-add products, will be challenging
21st May 20, 9:37am
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20th May 20, 10:15am
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The hugely successful coronavirus response means NZ is well-placed for an export-led recovery, writes Charles Finny in this paper for the SSANSE Commission for a Post-Covid Future at the University of Canterbury
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The hugely successful coronavirus response means NZ is well-placed for an export-led recovery, writes Charles Finny in this paper for the SSANSE Commission for a Post-Covid Future at the University of Canterbury
20th May 20, 10:15am

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