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Horticulture claims to be the little brother growing up fast, Beef + Lamb NZ welcomes the possibilities new trade agreements will bring and the dairy industry is being urged to stay strong and keep enhancing its reputation.
Local consumers in Malaysia are enjoying the equivalent of 1.9 million glasses of Fonterra branded dairy products every day — and that number is growing.
NZ is an emerging leader in the provision of ag technology — providing for countries that increasingly need to feed growing populations, Primary Industry Minister Nathan Guy told a conference in Beijing yesterday.
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.
Outgoing DairyNZ chairman John Luxton believes heavily regulated dairy markets will open up in the coming years.
Even with the ANZAC relationship dating back 100 years, it seems the lack of commitment by our Australian cousins cost New Zealand's dairy sector more meaningful gains from the recently concluded TPP negotiations.
The US dairy interests will realise within five to 10 years they got it wrong by opposing dairy tariff removal in the Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP) negotiations, says Fonterra chairman John Wilson.
The 14.8% lift in the Global Dairy Trade overnight shows the circuit breaker that dairy markets have long needed is now in hand, ASB bank says.
The Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP) trade deal could now be completed by the end of the year but New Zealand will have to work hard to get a good deal for dairy, says NZ International Business Forum executive director Stephen Jacobi.