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Submissions to government fro Export NZ and Business NZ

  • ExportNZ

    BusNZ & ExportNZ Submission to MBIE Te Ara Paerangi RSI Green Paper

    24 Mar 2022 | BusinessNZ

  • ExportNZ

    ExportNZ Submission to Select Committee on UK-NZ FTA, March 2022

    23 Mar 2022 | BusinessNZ

  • ExportNZ

    ExportNZ Submission on Immigration Fit For the Future_Immigration, Productivity, Wellbeing

    11 Jan 2022 | BusinessNZ

  • ExportNZ

    BusinessNZ Industrial Allocation Submission

    4 Oct 2021 | BusinessNZ

  • ExportNZ

    ExportNZ submission on Frontier Firms

    20 Apr 2021 | BusinessNZ

  • ExportNZ

    ExportNZ submission to the Climate Change Commission on Draft advice to Government

    30 Mar 2021 | BusinessNZ

  • ExportNZ

    Submission on EU FTA

    15 Jan 2020 | BusinessNZ

    The EU is already a very significant trade and investment partner for New Zealand: it is a top export market, and a very important source of imports. A closer trade relationship would offer significant new opportunities to both sides to expand business in agriculture and food as well as technology, services (including tourism, education and environmental services), niche and high-value manufacturing, research and investment.

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  • ExportNZ

    Submission on CPTPP

    15 Jan 2020 | BusinessNZ

    ExportNZ has long been on the record supporting the moves towards what is now the CPTPP, from its original conception through to its signing in Chile in March. We applaud the new government for continuing the efforts to complete the agreement.

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  • ExportNZ

    SOP Submission on Cartels & other matters Bill (170403 )

    15 Jan 2020 | BusinessNZ

    While we are fully supportive of more scrutiny and transparency being applied to rate setting amongst shipping lines, we were concerned that the previous version of the Bill went too far in including “route sharing” arrangements, as this could have constrained the ability of shipping lines being able to find the most cost effective way to move freight in a timely and dynamic way to the best advantage of exporters.

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  • ExportNZ

    RSI submission MBIE

    15 Jan 2020 | BusinessNZ

    The proposed vision is very ambitious we wonder if it is a bit unrealistic given we are a country of not quite 5 million people from a geographically remote part of the world. We don’t have big numbers of consumers on our doorstep like other small advanced economies and we are not logistically ‘on the way’ to anywhere. We don’t have big military or pharmaceutical industries, which are usually big drivers of RSI spending internationally.

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