sign up log in
Want to go ad-free? Find out how, here.

Exports

Prime Minister Christopher Luxon says New Zealand needs to demonstrate how it can contribute to security and prosperity in its own backyard or it will fall off the world map
23rd Apr 24, 2:39pm
31
Prime Minister Christopher Luxon says New Zealand needs to demonstrate how it can contribute to security and prosperity in its own backyard or it will fall off the world map
Prime Minister Christopher Luxon has been asked not to make ’unhelpful’ references to New Zealand in his overseas speeches
19th Apr 24, 6:46am
123
Prime Minister Christopher Luxon has been asked not to make ’unhelpful’ references to New Zealand in his overseas speeches
New Zealand aims to triple trade with Thailand over two decades as South East Asia’s middle class grows
18th Apr 24, 6:53am
11
New Zealand aims to triple trade with Thailand over two decades as South East Asia’s middle class grows
Small countries should take a stand against 'law of the jungle' and promote free trade, Christopher Luxon and Lee Hsien Loong say
16th Apr 24, 6:59am
16
Small countries should take a stand against 'law of the jungle' and promote free trade, Christopher Luxon and Lee Hsien Loong say
Exports, investment, infrastructure and security likely to on the agenda for Christopher Luxon on trip to Singapore, Thailand, and the Philippines
14th Apr 24, 7:20pm
10
Exports, investment, infrastructure and security likely to on the agenda for Christopher Luxon on trip to Singapore, Thailand, and the Philippines
New Zealand faces a potential immigration tradeoff if a free trade agreement with India is to be achieved
9th Apr 24, 12:05pm
47
New Zealand faces a potential immigration tradeoff if a free trade agreement with India is to be achieved
Alternative proteins are here so the next 30 years could be crucial for NZ’s meat and dairy sectors, Christopher Rosin & Hugh Campbell say
26th Mar 24, 6:59am
by Guest
93
Alternative proteins are here so the next 30 years could be crucial for NZ’s meat and dairy sectors, Christopher Rosin & Hugh Campbell say
Keith Woodford says New Zealand has an unbalanced economy and desperately needs more exports. Kiwifruit is one of the few industries with potential to help fill the gap
21st Mar 24, 8:09am
37
Keith Woodford says New Zealand has an unbalanced economy and desperately needs more exports. Kiwifruit is one of the few industries with potential to help fill the gap
A new report from Beef + Lamb NZ says the red meat sector's earnings are forecast to fall to their lowest levels since the 1980s
13th Mar 24, 5:00am
19
A new report from Beef + Lamb NZ says the red meat sector's earnings are forecast to fall to their lowest levels since the 1980s
Suez Canal attacks on shipping and Panama Canal low water levels force NZ meat exporters to find ingenious solutions
12th Mar 24, 1:18pm
8
Suez Canal attacks on shipping and Panama Canal low water levels force NZ meat exporters to find ingenious solutions
Patience required as China's economy, like much of the world, deals with a Covid-19 hangover, says David Mahon in our Of Interest podcast
3rd Mar 24, 6:00am
11
Patience required as China's economy, like much of the world, deals with a Covid-19 hangover, says David Mahon in our Of Interest podcast
Kiwifruit export company Seeka reports a big financial loss due to bad weather
29th Feb 24, 7:20am
5
Kiwifruit export company Seeka reports a big financial loss due to bad weather
Farmers racing to get deer velvet out the farm gate to comply with a looming change of rules by Chinese importers
23rd Feb 24, 10:56am
4
Farmers racing to get deer velvet out the farm gate to comply with a looming change of rules by Chinese importers
One of NZ’s most contentious climate cases is moving forward. And the world is watching
13th Feb 24, 11:45am
by Guest
15
One of NZ’s most contentious climate cases is moving forward. And the world is watching
Lower world prices and stiff competition pull down the value of meat exports
7th Feb 24, 1:51pm
Lower world prices and stiff competition pull down the value of meat exports
Siah Hwee Ang looks at what will happen in the giant Chinese economy in 2024, with a special focus on how that could affect New Zealand
7th Jan 24, 7:00am
8
Siah Hwee Ang looks at what will happen in the giant Chinese economy in 2024, with a special focus on how that could affect New Zealand
Sense Partners' John Ballingall says the new government should focus on making the most of our existing trade deals, rather than chasing new ones
28th Nov 23, 4:14pm
1
Sense Partners' John Ballingall says the new government should focus on making the most of our existing trade deals, rather than chasing new ones
RBNZ's foreign currency intervention capacity likely to grow significantly, Westpac NZ's Kelly Eckhold says
19th Nov 23, 6:00am
16
RBNZ's foreign currency intervention capacity likely to grow significantly, Westpac NZ's Kelly Eckhold says
Guy Trafford looks at the potential of a free trade deal with India, checking whether the big picture gives any openings that would suit New Zealand (or India)
8th Nov 23, 4:49pm
15
Guy Trafford looks at the potential of a free trade deal with India, checking whether the big picture gives any openings that would suit New Zealand (or India)
The Covid-19 pandemic and other recent global disruptions have heightened awareness of New Zealand's exposure to them. So in an uncertain world, how well prepared are we for future shocks?
28th Oct 23, 8:30am
53
The Covid-19 pandemic and other recent global disruptions have heightened awareness of New Zealand's exposure to them. So in an uncertain world, how well prepared are we for future shocks?
In our latest Of Interest podcast episode Dave Christie explains the challenges NZ's supply chains face and what can be done to improve them
19th Oct 23, 12:04pm
18
In our latest Of Interest podcast episode Dave Christie explains the challenges NZ's supply chains face and what can be done to improve them
Synlait says while it is confident in its strategy 'to right-size its cost base', the uncertainty of 'broader macroeconomic factors' means the company is not providing result guidance for the coming year at this stage
25th Sep 23, 11:02am
3
Synlait says while it is confident in its strategy 'to right-size its cost base', the uncertainty of 'broader macroeconomic factors' means the company is not providing result guidance for the coming year at this stage
[updated]
New Zealand's current account deficit shrinks more than economists predicted
20th Sep 23, 11:56am
18
New Zealand's current account deficit shrinks more than economists predicted
[updated]
Synlait’s 'delivery in full and on time performance' of its manufacturing and supply agreement with a2 Milk has fallen 'below the level required', according to a2
18th Sep 23, 11:53am
6
Synlait’s 'delivery in full and on time performance' of its manufacturing and supply agreement with a2 Milk has fallen 'below the level required', according to a2
[updated]
Expert panel finds in favour of NZ in its dispute with Canada over dairy sales, which govt estimates cost $120m over 3 years
6th Sep 23, 11:06am
2
Expert panel finds in favour of NZ in its dispute with Canada over dairy sales, which govt estimates cost $120m over 3 years