US/China trade war puts fear in Kiwi farmers
Analysts say the escalating trade war between the US and China does create some worries for exporters here.
NZX opens down 1.3%
The New Zealand share market has opened down 1.3 percent in the wake of Wall Street’s worst day of the year.
APEC contracts worth millions breach the rules
Eighty percent of the initial contracts signed for NZ’s hosting of a major international summit failed to meet the Government’s own procurement guidelines.
European Union raises PGF concerns with NZ
Could “the lion of the regions” see his provincial payments become a lamb to the slaughter over trade concerns?
Fourth consecutive fall in dairy prices
Dairy prices have fallen for the fourth consecutive auction, but only by a fraction.
Venison, velvet .... and milk?
“It’s double the fat, double the protein of cow’s milk, giving it a rich, silky feel and taste.” - how deer’s milk has found its home at the premium end of the food trade, in things like luxury desserts.
Risks and rewards for New Zealand exporters
China is New Zealand’s largest export market, but concerns over product safety and over-regulation present a minefield for exporters.
Shifting Auckland’s port
A giant car park occupies the most expensive real estate in New Zealand, on Auckland’s waterfront. Can we move the port - and should we?