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Allan Barber sees the intense trade deal work going on now as an effective way to bolster our economy for when our domestic sectors turn from the present "boom conditions" to more choppy conditions
6th Nov 21, 9:30am
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Allan Barber sees the intense trade deal work going on now as an effective way to bolster our economy for when our domestic sectors turn from the present "boom conditions" to more choppy conditions
Guy Trafford assesses the value of the NZ-UK FTA and finds the details released so far reassuring. Access to our most distant market is getting an upgrade
22nd Oct 21, 12:05pm
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Guy Trafford assesses the value of the NZ-UK FTA and finds the details released so far reassuring. Access to our most distant market is getting an upgrade
Guy Trafford sees trade peril in how we deal with the separate but competing applications to join the CPTPP by both China and Taiwan
29th Sep 21, 9:45am
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Guy Trafford sees trade peril in how we deal with the separate but competing applications to join the CPTPP by both China and Taiwan
Guy Trafford wonders if the meat industry's selective enthusiasm for seeing China in the CPTPP might not be the principled promotion of free trade being presented, rather just a selective pragmatic approach
22nd Sep 21, 3:48pm
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Guy Trafford wonders if the meat industry's selective enthusiasm for seeing China in the CPTPP might not be the principled promotion of free trade being presented, rather just a selective pragmatic approach
Guy Trafford points out that while we may have been safe during the pandemic, we are now underperforming economically and vulnerable to the economic nationalism the pandemic has spawned
3rd Apr 21, 9:36am
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Guy Trafford points out that while we may have been safe during the pandemic, we are now underperforming economically and vulnerable to the economic nationalism the pandemic has spawned
Allan Barber sees progress on updating trade deals with the EU and the UK as priorities, even though NZ has many other options and some of which may be better
27th Jan 21, 9:46am
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Allan Barber sees progress on updating trade deals with the EU and the UK as priorities, even though NZ has many other options and some of which may be better
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
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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
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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UK Investment Minister says British infrastructure firms will 'literally help build NZ's future' with preparations for NZ/UK FTA negotiations underway
EU and NZ officials officially kick off negotiations for an FTA that is expected to boost goods trading by 50%
21st Jun 18, 2:10pm
by Jason Walls
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EU and NZ officials officially kick off negotiations for an FTA that is expected to boost goods trading by 50%
John Ballingall says the inherent vice of globalisation is the unequal sharing of blessings; the inherent virtue of isolationism is the equal sharing of miseries
13th Jul 17, 11:19am
by Guest
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John Ballingall says the inherent vice of globalisation is the unequal sharing of blessings; the inherent virtue of isolationism is the equal sharing of miseries
Allan Barber says the Japan - EU deal makes Japan the key player in reviving the TPP11 deal, which will always be much better than a series of bilateral agreements
13th Jul 17, 8:57am
Allan Barber says the Japan - EU deal makes Japan the key player in reviving the TPP11 deal, which will always be much better than a series of bilateral agreements
John Ballingall says trade gives households more choice and makes budgets go further. It drives jobs and productivity, even if it does challenge uncompetitive industries
12th Jul 17, 9:18am
by Guest
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John Ballingall says trade gives households more choice and makes budgets go further. It drives jobs and productivity, even if it does challenge uncompetitive industries
Trade is getting a bad rap but the concerns relate to other matters, other countries. New Zealand households benefit greatly from liberalised trade says John Ballingall, and the story needs champions
11th Jul 17, 9:00am
by Guest
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Trade is getting a bad rap but the concerns relate to other matters, other countries. New Zealand households benefit greatly from liberalised trade says John Ballingall, and the story needs champions
Recent free trade agreement with Korea is driving renewed interest there in our dairy products, and development of new products here for that market
18th Jan 17, 10:04am
by Guest
Recent free trade agreement with Korea is driving renewed interest there in our dairy products, and development of new products here for that market
Allan Barber compares the prospects of two trade agreements currently being negotiated - the TPPA and the Gulf States FTA - and finds murky waters
28th Jun 15, 3:46pm
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Allan Barber compares the prospects of two trade agreements currently being negotiated - the TPPA and the Gulf States FTA - and finds murky waters
BusinessDesk: 'Introspective' NZ policy debate has shades of Muldoon, MFAT adviser says
21st May 12, 4:59pm
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BusinessDesk: 'Introspective' NZ policy debate has shades of Muldoon, MFAT adviser says
Election 2011 - Party Policies - Tax - Tariffs
24th Jul 11, 5:58pm
Election 2011 - Party Policies - Tax - Tariffs