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Showcase your product at the World's Largest Trade Fair
Exhibit at the 103rd China Import & Export Fair in Guangzhou and join the Trade Mission to the Pearl River Delta April 2008
Led by the Mayor of Auckland City, Hon John Banks QSO
How New Zealander's can take advantage of this...
There is simply no substitute for face-to-face communication when attempting to do business with China. The NZCTA has a long history of leading successful trade missions to China. NZCTA-led trade missions are organized regularly and are designed to give you access to your chosen markets within China.
Find out about what Trade Missions and...
NZ Delegation October 2009
There is simply no substitute for face-to-face contact when doing business in China. The...
Are you one of the many entrepreneurs trying to sort through the labyrinth associated with China trade? New Zealanders are trying to determine the best way to take advantage of the benefits associated with the Free Trade Agreement signed in Beijing last April. Joining a trade mission or exhibiting at a trade fair can open doors to the...
In this edition of China Now, Stuart Hampton of PSL talks to us about the company's foray into China and the success of that venture.
In 2001 PSL (formally known as Phillips & Smith Limited) decided that after having serviced the fire and safety market since 1913 from New Zeaaland, we needed to look to China to reduce manufacturing...
NZCTA Chairman, Stuart Ferguson, will be reporting on another successful and active year at the Association’s AGM in Auckland on 12th November.
"We must be very happy with the overall result", he said. "The organisation is in good health financially , and membership is still gaining solid ground."
In a difficult...
One New Zealander was at the first Canton Fair in 1957. This was in an era, when any travel to or in China was hazardous, “gweilo” (foreigners) were scarcely encouraged to visit and most western Governments were underwhelmed by the prospect of their citizens wanting to trade with China.
Fifty years later, that New Zealander,...
Overseas visitors to the autumn Canton Trade Fair “appeared 20 percent higher” than the previous two fairs earlier this spring and last autumn according to reports from the local office of Dezan Shira & Associates.
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Source: GUANGZHOU, Nov. 5
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The NZ Listener recently profiled NZCTA Honorary Executive Life Member, Victor Percival O.N.Z.M. This excellent article tells the story of Vic's early days as a China trader.
Victor Percival saw nothing wrong in trading with the Communists – and the years have proved him right
In the mid-1950s, it was becoming obvious to a...
Amongst a New Year's honours list notable for the scarcity of recognition of business people, Honorary Lifetime Executive Member, Victor Percival has been awarded a well merited and overdue Officer of the Order of New Zealand Merit (ONZM).
Victor Percival recognised the need to re-align our trading partnerships and therefore the potential of...
Hon. John Banks QSO, Mayor of Auckland will lead a trade delegation to attend and exhibit at the 103rd China Import and Export Fair in Guangzhou, 15-20 April 2008.
This, the Canton Trade Fair, is China's largest which twice a year attracts 190,000 international buyers. An information session on the fair is being held on Wednesday 23...