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In the Chamber | November 2020 Update

By Auckland Business Chamber on November 16, 2020

Welcome to our November In the Chamber update. Read on to find out how we can support you as we close out the year.

Following the announcement of an Auckland CBD Covid case, we have information on the Leave Support Scheme available HERE. 

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Topics: Business Support, growing business, start ups, exports, import

In the Chamber | October 2020 update

By Auckland Business Chamber on October 27, 2020


Welcome to the October 2020 update of In The Chamber. This month we look at the recent election, the inevitable effects Brexit will have on trade and how we're working to continue our support for New Zealand business in the coming months.

Read on to find out what's been happening in the Chamber, how you can participate in our various events and what support you can find for your business.

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Topics: Business Support, growing business, start ups, exports, import

Accessing the world's largest market through Hong Kong

By Auckland Business Chamber on April 02, 2019

 

The Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macau Greater Bay Area is made up of a world-class cluster of nine major cities in Guangdong province plus the Special Administrative Regions (SARs) of Hong Kong and Macau. The region’s 70 million consumers are relatively and increasingly wealthy. This is a large, prosperous and lucrative consumer market.

 

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Topics: china, trade, exports, government, import, investment, hong kong, greater bay

China Chill - are we turning this into something it's not?

By Michael Barnett on February 21, 2019

 

Do our much publicised drop-offs in activities and numbers across various areas with China have more to do with market forces than concerns over perceived government relationship issues?

 

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Topics: china, diplomacy, trade, tourism, exports, fta, government