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New Zealand infant formula exports to China have been given a boost with the launch last week of a new pilot project to test products here instead of there.
A Kiwi company specialising in selling milk products to China is planning a major expansion and is planning to raise $10 million to do this.
The Ministry for Primary Industries denies holding ‘special’ meetings with New Zealand dairy product makers in the light of claims that China has rejected 60 batches of our dairy products in the past year.
New Zealand agritech exports earned their producers $1.2 billion in 2013. $1 billion had long been the annual export target of the sector.
HIGHER SHEEP and beef prices seem set to buffer the drop in export earnings from dairying, according to the latest economic update from the Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI).
Four months ago, we considered several months of downward movements in dairy commodity prices on international markets.
TOTAL AGRICULTURAL export earnings for 2014-15 will be down 9.5%, warns the Ministry of Primary Industries.
TRYING TO determine how primary producers can achieve the Government’s goal of doubling New Zealand’s exports by 2025 was the focus of a meeting of the agribusiness ‘boot camp’ group in Wellington last week. The meeting was attended by the chairs and senior managers representing 80% of New Zealand’s primary exports.
Delegates attending the recent NZ Grasslands Association conference were told that the entire rural sector needs to work together to lift productivity if the challenge of doubling primary industry export value by 2025 is to be met.
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