Trade brings home quality products, services

Trade constitutes the single largest activity in the nation’s economy, accounting for almost 60% of the Gross Domestic Product (GDP). While exports promote national revenue, imports are also seen as an important component in international trade. New Zealand has been a trading nation for several centuries. Historic records indicate that India was a significant trading partner. Efforts in recent years…

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Strategic partnership promotes India trade

India and New Zealand have a longstanding and warm relationship. India is a priority relationship for New Zealand and our most developed relationship in South Asia. India’s importance to New Zealand is growing. This reflects India’s expanding economy which has emerged strongly from the global recession, its growing geopolitical importance, and its increased openness to the rest of the world.…

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Tight market continues to challenge

Although some segments of the economy are beginning to show gradual signs of recovery, this year will continue to pose challenges for some businesses, especially small enterprises, an importer and wholesaler said. Pacific Investment Limited Managing Director Surya Sharma said that the New Zealand market is competitive and highly saturated with an increasing number of players. “However, quality products and…

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Family business for public good

Small businesses constitute almost 92% of the New Zealand commercial sector and in turn a majority of these are family-owned and operated enterprises. As well as financial discipline, such organisations bring together members of family into a business bond that promotes success and overall progress. Kiwi Enterprise (NZ) Limited, located at 39 Grayson Avenue in Manukau is one such company…

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