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Meet The 86 Innovators Working On Scaling SDG-Aligned Impact In Asia

Wednesday, 30 September 2020, 9:07 pmPress Release: IMPACT COLLECTIVE Congratulations to our 86 Impact Makers who have been selected to ...
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$600k Seed Round For Christchurch Voicemail Startup

Tuesday, 29 September 2020, 8:58 amPress Release: Vxt Members of the Vxt team with co-founders Lucy Turner and Luke Campbell, ...
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Global medicinal cannabis market could undercut NZ growers – RNZ

The New Zealand Drug Foundation said the medical cannabis industry in New Zealand will face competition from overseas medical cannabis ...
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International hemp organizations want crop deregulated – Western Producer

Hemp growers in Canada, Australia, New Zealand and Europe are tired of the stringent and complex regulations around industrial hemp ...
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United Kingdom takes major step towards membership of Trans-Pacific free trade area – International Law Office

On 9 September 2020, the Department for International Trade (DIT) announced that the UK has taken a major step in ...
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FBI offers $15k reward for information on New Zealander facing sex trafficking charges

FBI Michael James Pratt, 37, is wanted by the FBI This story was originally published on RNZ.co.nz and is republished ...
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US, EU, others quiz India’s pulses import curbs, sugar subsidies – Economic Times

New Delhi: The US, EU, Canada, Brazil and New Zealand have raised questions at India’s various farm policies including quantitative ...
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With the WTO's future hanging by a thread, could Liam Fox be its saviour? – Telegraph.co.uk

Who wants to rule the world, or running the world’s trading system at least? The race is well underway.  Of eight ...
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UK-Japan Free Trade Deal Announced – Lexology

On 11 September the UK Government announced that it had reached agreement in principle with Japan on a free trade ...
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MFAT rachets up export prohibitions on goods and tech with military uses

Tom Lee/Waikato Times Hamilton based Pacific Aerospace ran into trouble in 2017 after it sent aircraft parts to North Korea ...
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The Cannabis Legalisation And Control Bill

Tuesday, 22 September 2020, 9:48 amPress Release: Joint Press Release A joint statement by the national leaders of most New ...
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U.S. Dairy Farmers Want Help To Expand Trade – HPPR

Dairy Farmers want U.S. trade policy to focus on opening markets and fending off competition from the European Union and ...
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Brexit breakthrough: Australian Senator exposes stunning trade deal waiting for Johnson – Daily Express

In late June, International Trade Secretary Liz Truss announced Britain would press ahead with a bid to join a major ...
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Cannabis referendum: Medicinal cannabis bosses divided over legalisation

STUFF In October, New Zealanders will vote in the cannabis legalisation and control referendum. Key players in New Zealand’s burgeoning ...
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Liz Truss to rip up rules on assessing trade deals – Telegraph.co.uk

Liz Truss is ready to rip up the Trade Department’s rule books on assessing deals in a bid to improve ...
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Government Ten-year Transport Plan Overlooks Electrification

Monday, 21 September 2020, 12:01 pmPress Release: Drive Electric Monday 21st September, 2020, AUCKLAND: Drive Electric, the not-for-profit with one ...
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ESR to tackle alarming increase in gut infections

Supplied generic gastro bug abdominal pain menstrual pain Scientists at ESR will spend $1.3 million unravelling the mysteries of a ...
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Midwest Dairy Farmers Want Help To Expand Trade – St. Louis Public Radio

Dairy farmers want U.S. trade policy to focus on opening markets and fending off competition from the European Union and ...
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Trump has agreed to deal in which TikTok will partner with Oracle and Walmart – CNBC

The download page for ByteDance Ltd.'s TikTok app is arranged for a photograph on a smartphone in Sydney, New South ...
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Covid 19 coronavirus – New Zealand's historic border closure six months on

By Gill Bonnet, of RNZ Today marks six months since New Zealand's border closed for the first time in its ...
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