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Chinese Visitor Insight online tools available

Webinars and online modules are now available to help tourism operators meet the needs ...

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Understanding Legal Proceedings in China

For foreign investors running businesses in China, it is very likely that they would ...

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Latipay riding the great China payment wall

A high rising New Zealand company riding the great China payment wall is in line next ...

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New Zealand's Ambassador optimistic about bilateral ties with China

New Zealand and China had a wide variety of exchanges in almost every conceivable area ...

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Mandarin language assistants welcomed

Forty eight Mandarin Language Assistants were officially welcomed to New Zealand ...

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Latipay riding the great China payment wall

Latipay riding the great China payment wall

A high rising New Zealand company riding the great China payment wall is in line next month for a major international award at a global accelerator awards event in Austin, Texas.NZCTA member Latipay, which facilitates payments from Chinese consumers to global businesses, has won a place in the fintech and payments finals of...

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NZ to benefit from new science links to China

NZ to benefit from new science links to China

AgResearch intends to form a joint international research centre with China’s largest state–owned food company and largest university research department specialising in food science and nutrition.A Collaboration Arrangement was signed in early February in Beijing with the Nutrition and Health Research Institute...

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New Zealand PM meets visiting Chinese FM Wang Yi

New Zealand PM meets visiting Chinese FM Wang Yi

New Zealand Prime Minister Bill English met with Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi here on Thursday 9 February.English, during the meeting, said New Zealand boasts several No.1s in China-ties, including the the first Western country supporting China's joining in the World Trade Organization, China's launching of the Asian...

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Wang Yi Holds Talks with Foreign Minister Murray McCully of New Zealand

Wang Yi Holds Talks with Foreign Minister Murray McCully ...

On February 10 2017, Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi held talks with Foreign Minister Murray McCully of New Zealand in Auckland.Wang Yi expressed that since the establishment of China-New Zealand diplomatic relations 45 years ago, bilateral relations have achieved leapfrog development and become a model of peaceful...

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University of Auckland Innovation Institute China established

University of Auckland Innovation Institute China established

The University of Auckland’s knowledge transfer company Auckland UniServices Ltd, has established a world-class institute for research and innovation in Hangzhou, China.  The University of Auckland Innovation Institute China (UAIIC) will provide unprecedented access to an extensive range of networks and research...

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Spotlight on Chinese e-commerce channel: Daigou

Spotlight on Chinese e-commerce channel: Daigou

NZTE recently hosted a forum in Auckland to explore the growing Chinese commerce channel known as daigou. Literally translating to “buying on behalf of”, a daigou is a shopping agent buying products to send back to clients in China, and there are opportunities for New Zealand companies and daigou to work...

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Data sharing boosts NZ-China trade advantage

Data sharing boosts NZ-China trade advantage

A newly launched joint data sharing system between New Zealand and Chinese Customs will give kiwi exporters a competitive advantage, says Customs Minister Nicky Wagner. “Having the Joint Electronic Verification System operational gives New Zealand a big advantage over other exporters to China as we are only the second...

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China beckons for environmental entrepreneur

China beckons for environmental entrepreneur

The founder of the Unmask Palm Oil campaign and recent University of Auckland Business graduate Ben Dowdle has been awarded a prestigious Schwarzman Scholarship to China. Ben, who received conjoint Bachelor of Arts and Commerce degrees this year, will complete a one-year residential masters programme in Beijing with a focus...

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Keynote speech by Chinese President Xi Jinping at the APEC CEO Summit

Keynote speech by Chinese President Xi Jinping at the APEC ...

Enhanced Partnership for Greater Momentum of Growth: Keynote Speech by H.E. Xi Jinping  President of the People’s Republic of China at the APEC CEO  Summit  Speech: http://www.globaltimes.cn/content/1019023.shtml Video : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oqfCx0vRRhY Source: People's Daily...

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MPI welcomes the signing of organic food industry agreement

MPI welcomes the signing of organic food industry agreement

MPI welcomes the signing of an arrangement with China that will benefit the organic food industry for both countries. The Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI) has welcomed the signing of an arrangement with China that will benefit the organic food industry for both countries.The Mutual Recognition Arrangement for Certified...

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University of Waikato international partnership first of its kind

University of Waikato international partnership first of ...

The University of Waikato has become the first New Zealand university to be approved to teach and award its degrees in China. Starting in September 2017, the University of Waikato will establish a joint Institute with Zheijiang University City College (ZUCC) which will allow students to complete their degree studies in China...

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Demand for Kiwi Breakfast Food Surges in China

Demand for Kiwi Breakfast Food Surges in China

A cameo appearance of a popular Kiwi breakfast food on a Chinese TV drama has led to a major push for the cereal product into the Asian market – a move expected to benefit New Zealand exports. Weet-Bix has been available in the Chinese market for more than eight years, but demand spiked after it featured on an episode...

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