The health of New Zealand’s export sector is crucial to the state of our country’s economy. Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, New Zealand has experienced ballooning trade deficit and this cannot continue. It is vital, then, that the next Government pays attention to the issues and the opportunities that our exporters see in both the short and long term to ensure New Zealand returns to a trade surplus.
In an election year, the business environment both at home and abroad remains tricky to navigate for New Zealand exporters and as evidence showcased in this year’s 2023 ExportNZ DHL Export Barometer report, there are several issues that cause concern for exporters
Building Trade Relations with India | An Australian Perspective
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On behalf of ExportNZ and BusinessNZ I was recently privileged to attend and support a large NZ business trade mission to India, which was 50 delegates strong and involved 5 peak industry groups,...
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Trade Update October 2023 Trade-and-Advocacy-Update-October-2023Download
For the first time in a long time, the ExportNZ team have been able to represent our exporters overseas. I was fortunate to join the New Zealand Taiwan Business Council on their first delegation visit in five years to Taipei to celebrate the 10th Anniversary of the...
ExportNZ Letter of Support to the Foreign Affairs, Defence, and Trade Select Committee on the NZ EU Free Trade Agreement Examination
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The global trading landscape is changing and as exporters we need to understand what it is that will keep us competitive in international trade. New and emerging trade opportunities are likely to be a key driver of improvements in our productivity and living standards i...