The China tightrope
Our biggest export market is changing post-Covid - and trading with China has always been a tightrope.
Just another port study
Auckland ‘move the port’ studies have averaged out to at least two per year over the last decade with almost every one of them throwing out a different option or result.
Will Covid-19 kill globalisation?
As nations turn inwards to focus on the pandemic, some fear the effects for the international system.
Border measures in place for the long haul
The Government is gearing up to fund hotel rooms for thousands of returning Kiwis through the end of the year, at least.
NZ launches free trade talks with UK
With European Union negotiations hitting a stumbling block, a new dance partner steps up.
Parker lays into EU over ‘paltry’ trade offer
A poor market access offer for NZ’s agriculture sector makes FTA talks unworkable, our Trade Minister says.
Tip-toeing around China
China is making sure a good crisis is not going to waste.
Jacinda Ardern on the road to recovery
The Prime Minister is still standing after a taxing few months - but where to next?
Bringing New Zealand to you
People the world over are saying .... ‘I wish I could be in New Zealand right now’. That might be hard for a while but marketing expert Geoff Ross has a plan to take our products to the world and lift our recession-hit economy.