Posts from category New Zealand News

Dolphin Exports from Solomons Invite Protest – Trader Defends Sale

on September 11, 2010 by admin in Australian Business, Australian News, Business, China Business News, Export News, New Zealand News, Trade News, Comments Off

The dolphin trading by one of the Solomon Islands’ exporter has not gone well with a leading animal right organization. Solomons dolphin activist Lawrence Makili who is the Earth Island Institute’s Pacific Regional Director has told AAP that despite the… Continue reading

NZ Reveals Game Plan on FTAs and Bilateral Trade Pacts

on June 2, 2010 by admin in ASEAN News, Australian Business, Australian News, Bilateral Trade, Business, China Business News, Dairy News, Dairy Trade, Export News, Import News, India News, New Zealand News, News, Trade Deals, Trade News, Comments Off

New Zealand Trade Minister Tim Groser’s address while laying the groundwork for the FTA talks with Russia has unveiled a strategy that his country would possibly be effecting the early mover advantage in its future bilateral and regional trade pacts.… Continue reading

Carbon Reduction by NZ Relies on Progress Achieved by Others

on April 8, 2010 by admin in Australian Business, Australian News, EU News, New Zealand News, Trade News, US Business News, World Business News, Comments Off

New Zealand Climate Change Minister Nick Smith told Radio New Zealand that the implementation of Emission Trade Scheme (ETS) would be based on the progress actualized by other developed countries, especially Australia, the US, Japan and Europe. He said if… Continue reading

Australia and New Zealand Criticize the US Subsidies to Dairy Exports

on May 25, 2009 by admin in Australian Business, Australian News, Business, Dairy News, Dairy Trade, Economy, Global Economy, New Zealand News, News, Protectionism, World Business, Comments Off

The US move to re-introduce subsidies to 92,000 tons of dairy exports including milk powder, butter and cheese has been decried by both major dairy producing nations New Zealand and Australia. Prime Minister of New Zealand, John Key stated the… Continue reading