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In celebration of the 'Eskimo' exit from New Zealand grocery shelves

New ZealandUpdated17 Apr, 2021 11:39 PM4 minutes to readFollowing in the steps of companies around the world that are removing ...
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Japan Tariff Reductions For US Potatoes – Fries Now Enter Tariff Free – PotatoPro

Last week Japan eliminated its remaining 2.1% tariff on US frozen fries (HS 2004.10) as a result of the tariff ...
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Agrifood Brief: Two birds, one score – EURACTIV.com – EURACTIV

Welcome to EURACTIV’s AgriFood Brief, your weekly update on all things Agriculture & Food in the EU. You can subscribe ...
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100 days post Brexit, what are the impacts? – FreshFruitPortal.com – Fresh Fruit Portal

By John Giles, a Divisional Director of Promar International After four years of Brexit talk, one might be forgiven for ...
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Tourism Employers Welcome Back Working Holidaymakers

Friday, 16 April 2021, 11:40 amPress Release: Tourism Industry Aotearoa Tourism businesses gearing up for the return of Australian visitors ...
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Companies should collaborate with China, not withdraw, academic says

Companies should continue to manufacture in emerging markets like China when they encounter difficulties, rather than withdraw in a “dictatorship-like ...
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How Bizarre: 25 years on and OMC's legacy is as vibrant as ever

Back in the summer of 1996, a hit single from a trailblazing South Auckland musician took the world by storm ...
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Johnson needs to turn India ties into firm trade deals – Telegraph.co.uk

When Boris Johnson visited Mumbai in 2012, there was no shortage of sporting action. Riding high after his star turn ...
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Will the Five Eyes stare down China's economic coercion? – The Interpreter

Next month brings the inauspicious one-year anniversary of China ramping up a campaign of trade punishment against Australia. Wine, barley, ...
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From The Ground Up: Ruapehu On Regenerative Tourism Taking Root In Aotearoa

Thursday, 15 April 2021, 11:25 amPress Release: Regenerative Tourism Since February 2021, Thursday mornings have been a highlight for many ...
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Do continued EU data flows to the United Kingdom offer hope for the United States? – Atlantic Council

European Commissioner for Values and Transparency Vera Jourova looks on at the European Parliament in Brussels, Belgium March 10, 2021 ...
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Urgent Press Release Regarding Terrorist Seeking Judicial Review: FIANZ

Thursday, 15 April 2021, 5:49 amPress Release: FIANZ The Federation of Islamic Associations of New Zealand (FIANZ) is not surprised ...
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Singapore calls for India’s reassessment of regional trade pacts – http://en.vietnamplus.vn/

Singaporean Foreign Minister Vivian Balakrishnan (Photo: The Hindu) New Delhi (VNA) - Singapore’s Foreign Minister Vivian Balakrishnan has said that ...
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We hope India will reassess stand on trade pacts, says Singapore Foreign Minister – The Hindu

Vivian Balakrishnan also praised India’s strong support to global vaccine cooperation, Singapore’s Foreign Minister Vivian Balakrishnan said he hoped India ...
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NZ bans cattle exports by sea with two-year phase out – Beef Central

“At the heart of our decision is upholding New Zealand’s reputation for high standards of animal welfare. We must stay ...
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Australia trade deal DONE next week: Aussie minister jets in to seal £18bn pact with Truss – Daily Express

Striking a post-Brexit agreement with Canberra has been one of the Government's top priorities for 2020. International Trade Secretary Liz ...
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UK concerns over lower food standards in CPTPP trading bloc – FarmingUK

The NFU has told a House of Lords Committee that the UK must maintain welfare and environmental standards in its ...
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Dollar ends mixed after intra-day bounce in tandem with U.S. treasury yields: April 12, 2021 – FXStreet

Dollar ends mixed after intra-day bounce in tandem with U.S. treasury yieldsThe greenback rebounded in tandem with rise in U.S ...
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UK ‘close’ to trade deal with New Zealand that could lead to cheaper wine and meat – iNews

Britain is close to signing a free trade deal with New Zealand that could pave the way for cheaper wine ...
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Covering Climate Now: How do we decarbonise New Zealand's energy sector?

Geothermal steam bellows from the cooling tower of the Ohaaki Power Station, near Taupō. About 85 per cent of electricity ...
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