2019 China-New Zealand Year of Tourism: Things to know

2019 China-New Zealand Year of Tourism: Things to know

A mix of academics, policymakers, tourist attraction agencies and operators came together to share insights and perspectives on Chinese outbound tourism at an international conference in Wellington on 4 December. The “China’s New...

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Electronic Imports in India, Minimum Wages in Vietnam – China...

In this week's China Outbound, we look at import procedures in ASEAN, India's quality controls on electronic imports, and minimum wage hike in...

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Young lawyers' China delegation has eye-opening...

In August 2018 a group of young lawyers from around New Zealand who share a common interest in the Chinese legal system participated in the 2018...

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Pragmatic cooperation between China and New...

Michelle MacWilliam, South Island Executive Committee Member together with NZCTA Chairman Martin Thomson of The New Zealand China Trade Association INVITE YOU TO A PRESENTATION AND NETWORKING EVENT BEING HELD IN CHRISTCHURCH ON Wednesday...

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Latipay

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Latipay

Latipay is the winner of the main prize at the Australia New Zealand Internet Awards (ANZIA) as Tech Start Up Of The Year 2016.
Latipay is a Kiwi company that provides New Zealand businesses with the payment tools to work directly with Chinese consumers.
The fully compliant Tech Start Up is the only platform that allows Kiwi businesses in the education, travel and e-commerce sector to offer their Chinese students, travellers or consumers a way to pay through the following platforms: WeChat, Alipay, JDPay, & 19 of the main Chinese Online Banks.
The Chinese payer transacts in Chinese Yuan (CNY) through their e-wallet or bank and the New Zealand businesses gets paid in New Zealand Dollars (NZD) all in real time.
Latipay’s three products range from their invoicing platform for larger transactions, their e-commerce payments button for websites ,through to their Point of Sale QR code facility for smaller retail transactions.
Latipay works with some of the largest and most recognised Kiwi brands that interact with Chinese students, travellers and education providers, and this Tech Start Up Award confirms their place as the only compliant provider of these facilities and a leading New Zealand Financial Technology Company.
Latipay operates within the Chinese State Approved Foreign Exchange guidelines (S.A.F.E) and partnered with Price Waterhouse Coopers (PWC) for their full New Zealand compliance requirements.

Website: www.latipay.nz/

ExecTraining

NZCTA China Executive Workshops

In 2018, NZCTA is running a “round table” China executive workshop series. Each session will be limited to no more than 25 with the aim of providing a platform around specific China related topics.
These are designed to encourage round table discussions. The format will be a short presentation followed by a Q&A session with 2-3 panelists.

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Tap into a growing network of over 350 businesses, representing a diversity of New Zealand business interests, experienced in doing business in and with China. Become part of this network to discover new opportunities and to receive advice from others who have succeeded in trading with China.

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Canton Fair

China Import and Export Fair, renowned as the “Canton Fair”, is an important channel of China’s foreign trade and a demonstration of the country’s opening up policy. It plays a key role in advancing the development of China’s foreign trade and the economic and trade exchanges between China and the rest of the world. And it is renowned for “China’s No. 1 Fair”.

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