Foreign investment

7th May 19, 7:20am
Trade Minister David Parker pays lip service to China's 'broader, cleaner, greener' Belt and Road Initiative
Trade Minister David Parker pays lip service to China's 'broader, cleaner, greener' Belt and Road Initiative
7th May 19, 7:20am
16th Apr 19, 1:30pm
Government considers requiring overseas investors that apply to buy sensitive assets to meet a 'national interest' test that Ministers can call the shots on
Government considers requiring overseas investors that apply to buy sensitive assets to meet a 'national interest' test that Ministers can call the shots on
16th Apr 19, 1:30pm
16th Aug 18, 2:35pm
UK Investment Minister says British infrastructure firms will 'literally help build NZ's future' with preparations for NZ/UK FTA negotiations underway
UK Investment Minister says British infrastructure firms will 'literally help build NZ's future' with preparations for NZ/UK FTA negotiations underway
16th Aug 18, 2:35pm
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30th Jul 18, 11:04am
Ex-PM & ANZ NZ chairman John Key tells Mike Hosking of rising loan delinquencies & problems ahead for the global economy. Finance Minister Grant Robertson & ANZ respond 
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Ex-PM & ANZ NZ chairman John Key tells Mike Hosking of rising loan delinquencies & problems ahead for the global economy. Finance Minister Grant Robertson & ANZ respond 
30th Jul 18, 11:04am
19th Dec 17, 10:02am
Siah Hwee Ang says a change in mindset will be required to manage NZ-China ties beyond the celebration of the 45-year relationship so far, and into the next five years
Siah Hwee Ang says a change in mindset will be required to manage NZ-China ties beyond the celebration of the 45-year relationship so far, and into the next five years
19th Dec 17, 10:02am
30th Oct 17, 12:16pm
Robertson asks to be judged on how Labour govt lifts productivity; Says foreign investment still welcome, just not in existing houses; Is 'realistic' about RBNZ's ability to effect full employment
Robertson asks to be judged on how Labour govt lifts productivity; Says foreign investment still welcome, just not in existing houses; Is 'realistic' about RBNZ's ability to effect full employment
30th Oct 17, 12:16pm
20th Oct 17, 3:23pm
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The NZ Property Council's Matt Paterson on what the incoming government may mean for the property sector
The NZ Property Council's Matt Paterson on what the incoming government may mean for the property sector
20th Oct 17, 3:23pm
19th Mar 17, 7:35pm
We look at the data of how much of New Zealand is owned by foreigners. It turns out current levels have been stable for more than 15 years. It is not growing. But our investment offshore is
We look at the data of how much of New Zealand is owned by foreigners. It turns out current levels have been stable for more than 15 years. It is not growing. But our investment offshore is
19th Mar 17, 7:35pm
26th Oct 16, 11:58am
Siah Hwee Ang says it's difficult to envisage the globalisation gatekeepers ever catching up with the trend toward protectionism
Siah Hwee Ang says it's difficult to envisage the globalisation gatekeepers ever catching up with the trend toward protectionism
26th Oct 16, 11:58am
18th Oct 16, 10:06am
Siah Hwee Ang looks at the paradox of a potential increase in foreign competition for Chinese companies, and the existence of China's 'Negative List' for foreign investment
Siah Hwee Ang looks at the paradox of a potential increase in foreign competition for Chinese companies, and the existence of China's 'Negative List' for foreign investment
18th Oct 16, 10:06am
18th Jul 16, 7:07am
Ryan Greenaway-McGrevy wades through the TPPA's financial services chapter, questions whether theory will translate into practice
Ryan Greenaway-McGrevy wades through the TPPA's financial services chapter, questions whether theory will translate into practice
18th Jul 16, 7:07am
4th Jul 16, 1:46pm
Siah Hwee Ang says Asian investors, businesses, and even shoppers are already pouncing on the immediate opportunity provided by the sharp fall in the British currency
Siah Hwee Ang says Asian investors, businesses, and even shoppers are already pouncing on the immediate opportunity provided by the sharp fall in the British currency
4th Jul 16, 1:46pm
4th Jul 16, 12:38pm
Ryan Greenaway-McGrevy argues the TPPA is part of a broader ideological arm-wrestle at a time when globalisation is under siege in the West
Ryan Greenaway-McGrevy argues the TPPA is part of a broader ideological arm-wrestle at a time when globalisation is under siege in the West
4th Jul 16, 12:38pm
29th Jun 16, 8:49am
Ryan Greenaway-McGrevy urges small business owners to make use of a suggestion box in the TPPA's SME chapter
Ryan Greenaway-McGrevy urges small business owners to make use of a suggestion box in the TPPA's SME chapter
29th Jun 16, 8:49am
21st Jun 16, 1:41pm
Given not everyone plays fair when it comes to international trade, Ryan Greenaway-McGrevy probes the TPPA's trade remedies
Given not everyone plays fair when it comes to international trade, Ryan Greenaway-McGrevy probes the TPPA's trade remedies
21st Jun 16, 1:41pm
21st Jun 16, 9:53am
Siah Hwee Ang looks at China's global shopping spree and concludes New Zealand is not the apple of China’s eye
Siah Hwee Ang looks at China's global shopping spree and concludes New Zealand is not the apple of China’s eye
21st Jun 16, 9:53am
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10th Jun 16, 9:43am
Ryan Greenaway-McGrevy says although the TPPA allows NZ to heavily tax foreign residential property investors, we may need offshore money to sort out Auckland's housing woes
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Ryan Greenaway-McGrevy says although the TPPA allows NZ to heavily tax foreign residential property investors, we may need offshore money to sort out Auckland's housing woes
10th Jun 16, 9:43am
7th Jun 16, 5:30pm
Gareth Morgan presents fresh case for the taxing of capital and of foreign entities; residential property in the spotlight
Gareth Morgan presents fresh case for the taxing of capital and of foreign entities; residential property in the spotlight
7th Jun 16, 5:30pm
28th May 16, 5:02am
Siah Hwee Ang on the Government's bid to use foreign investors to plug NZ's hotel shortage, and claims those doing business with China should expect to be hacked online
Siah Hwee Ang on the Government's bid to use foreign investors to plug NZ's hotel shortage, and claims those doing business with China should expect to be hacked online
28th May 16, 5:02am
23rd May 16, 12:23pm
Experts call for overhaul of the OIO, saying the non-economic incentives NZ accepts makes us look like a developing country and the cumbersome application process puts off foreign investors
Experts call for overhaul of the OIO, saying the non-economic incentives NZ accepts makes us look like a developing country and the cumbersome application process puts off foreign investors
23rd May 16, 12:23pm

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