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Wednesday Sep 5, 2012 It's important Prime Minister John Key makes the most of his opportunity as the first political leader to speak to the Apec Summit to push out the boundaries on free trade. New Zealand will already be on the informal agenda at
Candidates to replace Pascal Lamy as head of the World Trade Organization when the Frenchman steps down in a year's time are warming up for a contest that looks likely to become another round of international horse trading. Emerging market countries
New Zealand's free trade agreement with Russia and two of its neighbouring states is taking longer than expected and is unlikely to be signed this week...But a Foreign Affairs and Trade Ministry spokesperson said there was still some work to be done.
29 pm Labour is raising the possibility of Trade Minister Tim Groser facing the sack for breaching cabinet confidentiality...The confidential paper was leaked to Labour MP Phil Goff at the height of the row over the restructuring earlier this year.
Foreign Affairs Secretary Albert F. del Rosario made an official visit to New Zealand on August 21 and 22, upon the invitation of Foreign Minister Murray McCully. The visit, which
During the meeting, Groser told Del Rosario that he would lead a business delegation to Manila in February 2013 upon the invitation of Trade and Industry Secretary Gregory L. Domingo. Del Rosario said that New Zealand was also looking at trade
Groser to visit Europe for climate change talks National Party, Fuseworks July 11, 2012, 9:41 am Tim Groser, Trade Minister and Minister for Climate Change Issues, departs tomorrow for Europe to attend trade and climate change related meetings. Mr
Tuesday Jul 10, 2012 Not many New Zealanders might have realised, until reading the Weekend Herald, how important a role their country is playing in talks to liberalise international trade. New Zealand was the initiator of a free trade agreement with
Saturday Jul 7, 2012 Tim Groser shifted to the edge of his comfortable leather seat: "Why don't we launch a 'where the bloody hell are you?' campaign to get more Australian corporates putting new investment into New Zealand?" The Cabinet wit was
There was an equally vibrant buzz in the US after Public Citizen leaked the text. Huffington Post's story logged 28,000 comments within a day, treble the previous highest response. The reassurances that trip off the tongues of Trade Minister Tim