AgriHQ analyst Reece Brick said "China's insatiable demand for sheep meat has inflated the mutton market even further than lamb prices"

Sheep meat prices lift to record levels on Chinese New Year demand

Tue 14 Nov 3

AgriHQ noted that 33% of all New Zealand lamb exported in October was sent to China and Hong Kong.

University of Auckland associate professor of economics Rob Scollay says that nothing the new government wants to do would be stopped by the CPTPP

Future looks bright for new-look TPP

Mon 13 Nov

Grandstanding by Canada and the Green Party aside, the TPP is moving forward once again with only a few limps and a much lighter political load.

Foreign Minister Winston Peters says the issue of corrupt individuals wanted in China and domiciled in New Zealand did "seriously come up"

China raises extradition for expat criminals with Peters at Apec

Mon 13 Nov 14

Peters stopped short of supporting opening extradition treaty negotiations with Beijing.

ALASTAIR NEWTON: We may well be looking, in the first quarter of next year, at a rising storm

ALASTAIR NEWTON: Looking for the right geopolitical risks

Sun 12 Nov 2

Keep an eye on the details behind the broad-stroke threats appearing across the world says a former British diplomat on Sunday Business with Andrew Patterson.

Ecostore chief executive Pablo Kraus says the company gets important consumer data from the sale

NZ retailers taking advantage of world's largest 24-hour sale

Fri 10 Nov

Chinese e-commerce group Alibaba has become famous for its ‘Singles Day’ sale.

Auckland Mayor Phil Goff says businesses have three days to generate partnership and investment opportunities

Seventy Auckland companies in China drumming up business

Wed 8 Nov 3

A group of 97 delegates from 70 companies is taking part in the third Tripartite Economic Alliance Summit in Guangzhou, China.


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