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PwC joins a select group as a NZCTA Gold sponsor.


New Zealand China Trade Association (NZCTA) is thrilled to announce the addition of PwC (PricewaterhouseCoopers) as a Gold Sponsor of the NZCTA.

NZCTA Chairman Tim White comments that “Given PwC’s strong China focus and capability, it is an ideal partner for NZCTA. This is a great opportunity for NZCTA and ultimately our members to capitalise on PwC’s expertise.”

PwC Partner and China Market Practice Leader Colum Rice says, “We are really looking forward to working with NZCTA and its members. PwC has a network of offices throughout 17 cities in China and combined with our bilingual Chinese business professionals right across our New Zealand firm, we believe we have a unique capability to help New Zealand businesses succeed in China.

“Further developing trade and investment ties between New Zealand and China and helping New Zealand businesses succeed in China, is a priority for our firm and we're delighted to cement our commitment through our Gold sponsorship of NZCTA.”

About the NZCTA

The New Zealand China Trade Association (NZCTA) was established in 1981 by a group of leading business people enthusiastic about the potential of trade between New Zealand and the People's Republic of China.

The Association quickly became a valuable networking organisation and was soon involved in organising trade missions to assist members with introductions and to match the inexperienced newcomers with the older China hands.
At the same time it was building a reputation in both New Zealand and China as an authoritative source of opinion for the respective Governments and it forged relationships with influential Government and Business agencies in China.
Today there is a diversity of company and individual members representing the majority of New Zealand businesses that have an interest in China.

About PwC

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