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AgriHQ analyst Reece Brick said "All signals point to stable-to-firming domestic log prices through Q1 next year."

Export log prices hit new record on continued strong demand from China

Fri 22 Dec

AgriHQ said Chinese demand for New Zealand logs remained just as firm as previous months.

TruScreen begins selling TruScreen2 devices to China

Thu 21 Dec

The cervical cancer test developer said it has received $188,000 as an initial payment for the new device.

Population statistics senior manager Peter Dolan says "The slowing of annual net migration was driven by record non-New Zealand citizen migrant departures."

Annual migration unchanged in November, slowing continues

Wed 20 Dec 1

New Zealand has been experiencing record levels of net migration in recent years.

The Chinese are mining bitcoin like coal.

Awkward geopolitical questions about bitcoin

Tue 19 Dec 3

Opinion: Bitcoin is a currency supported by the needs of marginally and not-so-marginally illegal market participants.

Professor Anne-Marie Brady's research on the Chinese government's exertion of 'soft power' never received much consideration.

China’s 'magic weapons' in New Zealand

Tue 12 Dec 7

Political Roundup: Many people are not comfortable or willing for debate about China's influence here.

No grounds for provisional measures in China steel dumping case

Mon 11 Dec 1

But MBIE is continuing the investigation.

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