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New trade focus to benefit tourism

The Government’s new focus on services exports will benefit tourism - New Zealand’s largest export sector, Tourism Industry Aotearoa says.

TIA has welcomed today’s launch of the refreshed trade policy strategy, Trade Agenda 2030 - Securing our place in the world.

Investor confidence remains positive, but it's a tale of two post-quake cities

Investor confidence in New Zealand’s commercial and residential property markets remains positive, the latest Colliers International survey results show.

Auckland recruitment firm expands offering to the capital

Recruitment and search firm, Customise Talent Group, has this week opened a new office in Wellington.

After nine years in Auckland, the company has decided to take the leap and extend its offering to help ambitious employers find talent in the windy city.

Exporters endorse trade strategy

ExportNZ has welcomed the Government’s report on recent trade achievements and future strategy released this morning.

Around half of all New Zealand exports are now covered by free trade agreements and the new Trade Agenda has a target of 90 percent of all exports by 2030.

Innovation in trade strategy

New Zealand’s trade agenda is well oriented for achieving more innovative and diversified exports, says BusinessNZ.

Vodafone NZ to acquire 70 per cent stake in TeamTalk's Farmside

Vodafone New Zealand Limited (Vodafone NZ) and TeamTalk Limited (TeamTalk) (NZX: TTK) have reached an agreement that would see Vodafone NZ acquire 70 per cent of the shares in BayCity Communications Limited for $10 million in cash.

Air New Zealand’s 75th exhibition hits millionth visitor milestone

Air New Zealand’s 75th anniversary exhibition has welcomed the one millionth visitor through its three-year, nationwide tour.

Seafood industry welcomes trade policy refresh

The seafood industry has welcomed the government’s launch of its refreshed trade policy strategy.

Prime Minister Bill English launched ‘Trade Agenda 2030’ this morning.

120th anniversary of first Maori admitted to legal profession

The 120th anniversary of the admission on 26 March 1897 of Te Apirana Turupa Ngata as a barrister and solicitor is something all New Zealanders can celebrate, the New Zealand Law Society and Te Hunga Rōia Māori o Aotearoa (the Māori Law Society) say.

Invercargill City Council successfully appeals High Court decision

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