Primary exports to reach $48bn in 2020
Primary sector exports are forecast to lift more than 3 percent, according to the Ministry for Primary Industries’ latest quarterly situation and outlook report.
What to do about the WTO’s woes
A critical part of the global trading system may fail this week - what does that mean for NZ?
APEC Santiago - all is not lost
Leaders’ Week has been cancelled and there’s increasing discord among members, but APEC is far from up in flames.
NZ set to sign China FTA upgrade
After years of delay and fears of the worst, a deal could be signed as soon as this weekend.
NZ lamb exporters welcome Brexit deadline extension
An extension to the Brexit deadline is being welcomed by New Zealand lamb exporters, who had been worried about possible disruptions to Christmas trade.
Dairy prices up slightly in global auction
Dairy prices rose slightly in the latest global auction overnight.
Where to next for the CPTPP trade deal?
As the one-year anniversary of the agreement approaches, where has it succeeded - and what is its future?
Trump’s limp speech on ‘Dictator Day’
The US president’s address was tepid - but his message, as well of those from other populists, will be of great concern to NZ and others.