Opinion – Binoy Kampmark Being savaged by Donald J. Trump on one side of the electoral aisle, and modestly beaten by the Democratic presumptive candidate, Hillary Clinton, the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement is lying somewhere between near death and miraculous survival. …
Press Release – It’s Our Future Dr. Jomo Kwame Sundaram will visit New Zealand this week. He will be available for interviews in Auckland on Wednesday 15 June and Friday 17 June, and in Wellington on Thursday 16 June.
Press Release – India NZ Business Council India New Zealand Business Council and The New Zealand India Research Institute co-hosted public lectures at Victoria University of Wellington on 21st April, 2016. These public lectures focused on Trans-Pacific Partnership and its impacts for both New Zealand …
Article – BusinessDesk April 21 (BusinessDesk) – New Zealand trade officials have seen offers on terms for investment access for the first time from a number of Asian nations, including China, in negotiations for the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP).
Article – BusinessDesk April 14 (BusinessDesk) – Fonterra Cooperative Group and Zespri International have voiced their support for the Trans-Pacific Partnership at a select committee hearing, although neither could quantify the benefit of the treaty being ratified.
Press Release – New Zealand Labour Party The Government wants to trim the process for hearing TPP submissions to get the controversial legislation off the agenda for election year in a shocking case of political expediency, Labours Trade and Export Growth spokesperson David Clark says.
Press Release – Office of the Clerk 1. ANDREW LITTLE (Leader of the Opposition) to the Prime Minister : What were the estimates given to him in his conversations with banks about the number of dairy farmers that are likely to go into receivership and leave the land?
Speech – New Zealand Government Thank you for the opportunity to address you today and to share New Zealands perspective on some of the pressing issues facing our region and the world.
Press Release – New Zealand Treasury Speech delivered in Auckland by the Secretary to the Treasury, Gabriel Makhlouf, 9 March 2016.