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Vanuatu's pristine, natural skincare products at Auckland Gift Fair

With Christmas just four months away, Pacific Trade Invest (PTI) New Zealand has invited four Pacific companies to showcase their wares at the Auckland Spring Home and Gift Fair from August 27 to 29. 803 more words

New Zealand

Exotic Cook Islands black pearls showcased in Auckland

Deliciously exotic black pearls from the Cook Islands could offer trade buyers something different at Auckland’s Spring and Homewares Gift Fair from 27-29 August. 573 more words

New Zealand

Essence of Fiji eyes Kiwis' Xmas gift list

Fiji’s natural beauty products Essence of Fiji could be on Kiwi Christmas gift lists if they are successful at Auckland’s Spring Gift and Homeware Fair from 27-29 August at the ASB Showgrounds. 490 more words

New Zealand

Natural Fiji range at Auckland Gift Fair

Suva based Natural Fiji products will showcase its range of products at the Auckland Spring Home and Gift Fair from August 27-29. It is one of four Pacific Island companies that Pacific Trade Invest (PTI) New Zealand has invited to participate in the trade-only show at a specially themed ‘Pacific Hub’ stand. 451 more words

New Zealand

Economic performance

The second half of the Grant Robertson/Steven Joyce debate on Sunday was around things to do with overall economic performance and management.

On one thing they agreed: Winston Peters’ proposal that New Zealand should adopt a Singapore-style approach to monetary policy and the exchange rate isn’t an option for New Zealand.  1,271 more words

New Zealand Economic Performance

LAST CHANCE! - HUB University August Webinar: Export Extravaganza!

August Webinar:
Export Extravaganza!

Time is running out!  Have you registered for this month’s HUB University webinar?  It’s happening at
2 PM on Tuesday, August 22nd… 36 more words


India’s External Trade Ambitions: Needs a Design to Bridge Desires to Realizations

It’s time to rework how India does trade. The time has come to move beyond the rhetoric of ambitious targets and ad-hoc policies. Why because we are entering an age where trade is increasingly becoming a central factor to individual and collective lives. 1,333 more words