Enhancing New Zealand – Japan cooperation

Press Release – New Zealand Government The Prime Minister of New Zealand Rt Hon John Key and the Prime Minister of Japan His Excellency Shinzo Abe met in Auckland on 7 July 2014. Prime Minister Key welcomed Prime Minister Abe on his official visit to New Zealand and appreciated Japans …

Tim Groser: Address to the India NZ Business Council

Speech – New Zealand Government Address to the India NZ Business Council Around the world, friends of India, strategists, business groups and others are all starting to ask a rather important question. With the landslide victory of the BJP over Congress, we have seen a shift in the political …

Japanese business delegation visits Auckland

Press Release – Business NZ Japanese business delegation visits Auckland Closer relations between New Zealand and Japan businesses are a positive sign for future trade. A delegation of Japanese business leaders is accompanying Japans Prime Minister Abe on a visit to New Zealand, …

Address to the NZ China Centre Conference

Speech – New Zealand Government Thank you for this opportunity to address the NZ China Centre at my old Alma Mater, Victoria University. I of course understand there are other pathways to relative professional success than tertiary qualifications. But having a great education from …

Leave TPP slowcoaches behind, New Zealand farmers urge

Press Release – Federated Farmers With Prime Minister John Key and President Barack Obama showing strong support for a comprehensive Trans Pacific Partnership, New Zealand farmers will support leaving countries behind that are not prepared to eliminate agricultural tariffs. The …

John Kerry Remarks With NZ PM John Key After Their Meeting

Speech – US State Department SECRETARY KERRY: Good afternoon, everybody. I apologize for keeping folks waiting for a moment here. Its my great privilege to welcome the prime minister of New Zealand, the great Kiwi friend of the United States and someone Ive had the pleasure …

Secret talks to prevent governments from regulating banks

Press Release – AFTINET WikiLeaks has revealed yet another set of secret talks between Australia, the US, Japan, the EU and 19 other countries on proposals to radically deregulate financial services. At a time when many governments are still attempting to re-regulate the …