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A one litre cream product sold to kitchens, restaurants and bakeries all through Asia and China is a real growth market, says Fonterra's operations manager Canpac, Russell Muir.
The Overseas Investment Office needs more resources, but a reform of legislation is not on the cards because of lack of political support, Prime Minister John Key says.
Chinese business investors are looking for fair play and a consistent message from the Government, business and the community, says ambassador to New Zealand, Wang Lutong.
In the short time Silver Fern Farms (SFF) has so far spent with its soon-to-be joint partner Shanghai Maling, the Chinese firm has begun ordering product made and packaged in NZ for sending shelf-ready to China.
The humble hotpot has been the catalyst for phenomenal growth of the red meat market in China, Silver Fern Farms (SFF) chief executive Dean Hamilton says.
On-shelf dairy prices for consumers in China are too high so demand is not growing, says Fonterra's chief executive Theo Spierings.
Dairy, kiwifruit, apples, cherries and wine are among winners in the "spectacular" growth in exports to Chinese Taipei in the last two years, says Trade Minister Tim Groser.
Primary Industries Minister Nathan Guy will attend agricultural conferences on a four-day trip to Australia and China.