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

A mix of academics, policymakers, tourist attraction agencies and operators came ...

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Beijing and Shanghai Remove Bank Account Approval Requirements

Beijing and Shanghai are the latest cities to remove the permits required for opening ...

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Mayor Phil Goff honoured at HSBC NZCTA China Business Awards

New Zealand-China Council Award for Outstanding Contribution to the New Zealand-China ...

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China’s SOE Reforms: What the Latest Round of Reforms Mean for...

China’s SOE Reforms: What the Latest Round of Reforms Mean for the Market ...

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Mandarin language assistants welcomed

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

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Food Safety in China in 2011

Food Safety in China in 2011

The past few months have been a particularly active period for food safety issues in China. The fact that something is wrong with the food that we are eating in China adds a panicky element to these food scandals that have cropped up with worrying frequency in recent months. The fact that there is deliberate malfeasance...

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New China Sourcing Opportunities in China's Steel Industry

New China Sourcing Opportunities in China's Steel Industry

Chinese low-end steel products like billets and hot-rolled coils are no longer favourable targets for foreign buyers. Instead, China’s steel industry is becoming a higher value-added supply base. China is the world’s largest steel manufacturer and is still growing fast in terms of output, product range and...

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Confidence in Uncertainty: The Fundamentals of China’s Lasting Commitment to Australia

Confidence in Uncertainty: The Fundamentals of China’s ...

Amidst hefty resource tax policies and an unexpected leadership change in Australia, China remains steadfast in its commitment to a sustainable long-term engagement with Australia. By Barbie Co The deals signed by former Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd and Chinese Vice President Xi Jinping in June this year are a...

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Interview with a Chinese “Balinghou”

Interview with a Chinese “Balinghou”

Keen to see the world through the eyes of a 28 year old Chinese graduate working in Beijing? Linda Liu is as an HR Assistant for Founder Century, a Chinese IT distributor. She belongs to China's "balinghou" generation. See what Linda has to say about her generation, the Shanghai Expo and Lord of The Rings....

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Profile: Chongqing, West China

Profile: Chongqing, West China

Doing business in China is not only about being in Beijing, Shanghai or Guangzhou, throughout 2009 we are featuring second- and third-tier cities in China that are beginning to see increased foreign investment. Each month, China Briefing will feature one city from each of the five regions of China. The effects...

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