Positive progress on NZ-EU trade talks
Trade negotiators hope a deal can be wrapped up by the end of 2019 - but agriculture is still a tricky topic.
Is Trump’s China Trade War a Civilisational Conflict?
The US rhetoric on China sounds dangerously like it is gearing up for ‘a clash of civilisations’
Govt stresses strength of China relationship
NZ’s relationship with China is improving, and the Government wants you to know all about it.
US citrus ban not expected to affect retail supply
A temporary halt to US citrus imports is not expected to affect retail fruit supplies, the Ministry for Primary Industries says.
Dairy product prices inch up
Dairy product prices increased at the Global Dairy Trade auction, rising for the ninth straight time, though a decline in whole milk powder limited gains.
Dairy product prices gain
Dairy product prices rose at the Global Dairy Trade auction, increasing for the eighth consecutive time, as dry weather conditions are weighing on supply.
The secret battle of the CPTPP
C and P are the two letters which sum up the highs and lows, the years of toil and the CPTPP’s last-minute sprint.
The Kiwi leading the fight to save WTO
With a critical part of the global trade system at risk, a Kiwi has been tasked with helping to avert crisis. Sam Sachdeva spoke to David Walker and David Parker about the existential threat to the WTO.