Te Taumata had a rich and productive discussion with the South African High Commissioner, Her Excellency Vuyiswa Tulelo, this week.
Updates on major trade developments, including the Free Trade Agreement negotiations with the UK, APEC and New Zealand’s involvement in the World Expo, to be held in Dubai, were discussed with Rino Tirikatene when he visited Te Taumata representatives this week.
The Reserve Bank of New Zealand has released its statement of intent for the next three years, and in it, signals its commitment to understanding the Māori economy and enabling it to prosper.
A newly released report outlining the demand for natural health products in Singapore and Southeast Asia highlights an opportunity for Māori exporters to target a receptive, new market.
Pasifika whānau here and abroad are relying on the courage and loyalty of New Zealand banks to continue their services in the Pacific.
As mentioned in our last pānui, negotiations between Aotearoa and the UK are nearing an important milestone, where the Prime Ministers of each country have signalled that they want to bring forward free trade talks by some months.