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How to use China’s Negative Lists and Foreign Investment...

Entry into the Chinese market is regulated by the country’s negative lists ...

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NZ China Council Investment Report “Understanding Chinese...

Our investment report “Understanding Chinese Investment in New Zealand” ...

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Zespri gains trademark protection in China

Zespri International said it has become the first New Zealand company to be granted ...

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What 2020 looks like for Kiwi exporters in China

Damon Paling, former NZTE trade commissioner to China and now refreshed after a break ...

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UMS partners with New Zealand China Trade Association (NZCTA)

United Media Solution (UMS), New Zealand’s leading Chinese digital marketing ...

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Is China becoming normal

Is China becoming normal

We have been hearing a lot about the ‘new normal’ here in China over the past few months. President Xi Jinping and others have been using the term to let everyone know that the heady days of double-digit GDP growth are over and that we need to get used to the idea that lower growth rates will be the...

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Auckland Airport wins prestigious airline marketing award

Auckland Airport wins prestigious airline marketing award

The Routes Asia 2015 Airline Marketing Awards, held this month in Kunming China, saw Auckland Airport win the ‘Airports under 20 million passengers’ category. The annual Routes Asia Airline Marketing Awards are highly regarded within the industry as they are voted for and judged by airline and industry...

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The World in 2050

The World in 2050

PwC published their first edition of their "World in 2050" report in March 2006. To read their latest report, please click here.

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New Zealand and China in 2014: from relationship to partnership

New Zealand and China in 2014: from relationship to ...

On Friday 21 November, the New Zealand China Council Executive met with President Xi Jinping and his senior delegation in Auckland.  Council Chairman Sir Don McKinnon introduced the Executive members to the President, who was accompanied by Prime Minister John Key. The meeting was an opportunity for Council members...

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China Releases Draft Foreign Investment Law, Signalling Major Overhaul for Foreign Investment

China Releases Draft Foreign Investment Law, Signalling ...

The Chinese Ministry of Commerce released the draft of the proposed new Foreign Investment Law to solicit public opinions. The proposed law will significantly reduce barriers to foreign investment, whilst at the same time increasing scrutiny of foreigners trying to evade the regulations on investing in restricted industries....

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China-NZ Customs work to enhance trade

China-NZ Customs work to enhance trade

Customs Minister Nicky Wagner says New Zealand and China Customs authorities are a step closer to establishing a system to enhance trade assurance and facilitation under the New Zealand China Free Trade Agreement. Ms Wagner and NZ Customs officials met with the Vice Minister of the General Administration of China Customs...

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Doubling of flights between NZ and China

Doubling of flights between NZ and China

Flights between New Zealand and China are set to double under amended air services arrangements, says Transport Minister Simon Bridges. “Airlines from both New Zealand and China will be able to offer 42 services per week, per country. This is up from the previous limit of 21 per week. “The doubling of air...

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China Announces Three New Free Trade Zones in Tianjin, Guangdong and Fujian

China Announces Three New Free Trade Zones in Tianjin, ...

Chinese Premier Li Keqiang announced on December 12 that three more Free Trade Zones (FTZ) will be established in China, based on the model of the Shanghai FTZ, which was launched in September of last year.The three new FTZs will be set up in Tianjin, Guangdong province and Fujian province. Each is to make full use of its...

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Air New Zealand and Air China Agree Strategic Alliance

Air New Zealand and Air China Agree Strategic Alliance

Air New Zealand and Air China signed a Statement of Intent as part of Chinese President Xi Jinping’s state visit to New Zealand that will pave the way for a strategic alliance on services between China and New Zealand. The proposed alliance between the two national flag carriers and Star Alliance partners would see...

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PwC 2014 APEC CEO Survey : New Vision for Asia Pacific - Connectivity creating new platforms for growth

PwC 2014 APEC CEO Survey : New Vision for Asia Pacific - ...

The PwC 2014 APEC CEO Survey indicates how business leaders think a more connected, more balanced region could look in APEC: The next 10 years. It also explores where businesses are building platforms for growth in the region. Finally, it tells us how executives see the momentum towards free trade across the APEC region....

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Chinaleading the race to digital media revenues in Asia Pacific

Chinaleading the race to digital media revenues in Asia ...

In 2011, China leapfrogged Japan as the world’s second-largest economy behind the United States. The PwC Global entertainment and media outlook 2014-2018 forecasts that in 2016 China will achieve the same feat in the entertainment and media industry, surging past Japan to become the largest market in Asia Pacific...

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Auckland forges closer ties with Pacific Rim economies

Auckland forges closer ties with Pacific Rim economies

Mayor Len Brown has signed a historic agreement with the Mayors of Los Angeles and Guangzhou, to boost economic cooperation between the three cities.The Tripartite Economic Alliance signing on Sunday was the centrepiece of celebrations to mark the 25th anniversary of Auckland’s sister city relationship with...

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