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Mandarin language assistants welcomed

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Experience and Insights on Trading with China

Strategy

PwC has kindly provided us with access to their survey on market access and trading with China.

The government has set a goal of attaining annual trade between New Zealand and China of NZ$ 20 billion by 2015. A significant portion of this will be in exports.

Over 100 New Zealand producers and exporters attended PwC's China Market Access workshops that were held in Auckland and Christchurch and participated in completing this survey. The feedback from these attendees on their business models, challenges, and strategies when trading with China are now published in this short report.

To access the report please click here.