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19 March, 2012 UTC. News Content © Radio New Zealand International.

A fisheries economist at the University of the South Pacific says seaweed exports could become more efficient if the region could establish a processing plant.

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Article sourced from http://www.nzeco.govt.nz/exporters/casestudies/ppi

The Challenge

In late 2011, Propane Performance Industries (PPI) secured a purchase order and 12 month forecasts from GM Holden in Australia, for the ongoing supply of revolutionary aluminium propane (LPG) fuel tanks. The car manufacturer's and PPI's suppliers terms of trade resulted in a funding gap of 30 – 60 days on each purchase order. As this was PPI's first significant sale after a number of years' development, they had no significant tangible assets, and had no lending relationship with a bank.

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(Saturday Mar 17, 2012 article by Mark Lister NZ Herald

Are we putting too much faith in China?

Twenty years ago China was the 10th biggest economy in the world, just behind Brazil. Ten years later it had crept up to number six, slotting in between France and Italy. Today, it is comfortably number two, ahead of Japan but still some way off the United States.

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Trade Minister Tim Groser has welcomed today’s announcement by Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda that Japan will seek to join the Trans-Pacific Partnership negotiation.

“Japan is a giant in world trade and economic affairs,” Mr Groser said.

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Reports of Vietnam’s rapid economic growth have for many years been gaining coverage in the business sections of newspapers internationally. This transformation has certainly not gone unnoticed by foreign investors and a number of large global companies such as Nestlé and Unilever have identified Vietnam as a key strategic market for development over the next 10 years, investing heavily in the country.

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Most Prodoc updates and improvements happen behind the scenes to keep things running smoothly. Recently we’ve made some changes to look and layout of Prodoc to make it even more user friendly. These include adding a new shortcuts bar for easier navigation and a new home screen to keep you informed of the latest news and updates.If you haven’t done so recently, next time you update Prodoc it will look like this:

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The New Zealand Trade Minister Hon. Tim Groser announced last month that Indonesia has completed its required domestic procedures to allow the ASEAN-Australia-New Zealand FTA (AANZFTA) to enter into force.

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To comply with the new format bank forms released by ANZ and National Bank we have recently created four new forms;

-          ANZ Documentary Credit Presentation
-          ANZ Export Collection Presentation
-          National Bank Documentary Credit Presentation
-          National Bank Export Collection Presentation
All of these documents are available to be installed on your system. If you are interested in any of these forms please contact support to arrange a quote for installing them in your system.

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Thunderbirds are go! The server is now fully restored and remote access customers can login and use Prodoc. Thanks
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Our server has been partially restored. We can now receive and send emails. We are still unable to support remote access customers - we estimate this will take several more hours and expect to be up and running by the end of the day. Thanks

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