Press Release – Tony Alexander Market Reports
China has shown itself willing to use trade as a bargaining chip in disputes with other countries. NZ businesses should be prepared for the same should disputes involving New Zealand arise in the future.Tony Alexander: Growing With China – June 2013
China has shown itself willing to use trade as a bargaining chip in disputes with other countries. NZ businesses should be prepared for the same should disputes involving New Zealand arise in the future.
Welcome to the June issue of Growing With China, a publication aimed at better informing Kiwis about the country which henceforth will be our most important export destination.
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The full GWC pdf is available here.
China has shown that in the event of disagreements with other countries it will use trade as a bargaining chip. 1,086 words
Financial Services Opportunities
David Thomas of Think Global Consulting writes about how China’s rise is creating huge opportunities in the financial services sector. 624 words
Chinese Culture Variations
Chinese culture varies from one region to another. 574 words
Ten Things To Remember When Doing Business in China
John Thorman of TMF Group writes ten things to keep in mind when looking to expand in China. 598 words
China’s Economy + RMB
Chinese growth is slowing. 471 words
NZ-China Economic Data
No fresh data beyond those discussed last month have been received unfortunately. 486 words
3rd China Business Symposium – 25th July 2013
Successful Market Entry Strategies in China
Academic research matched by practical business experience
If you haven’t done so already, register you attendance at this very focused China Symposium which will be held at the University of Auckland Business School. There are limited spaces available due to the venue size. So don’t miss out in hearing from the superb range of international speakers, both from a business and academic perspective, who will provide you with leading marketing strategies in this diverse and exciting and potentially high growth market. The cost for attending this whole day seminar is very attractive and where else will you hear world leading business experts on China such as Professor Marshall Meyer & Patrick Chovanec. These are just a couple of the high level speakers coming to the symposium.
For further details on the programme, speakers and to register click here.
Wellington City Council, Victoria Business School and New Zealand Contemporary China Research Centre present:
Wellington China Business Symposium 2013: Improving China Business Strategy
Venue: Icon, Level 2, Te Papa
Date: 30 July 2013, 2.00pm-5.30pm
Early bird registration: $59 + gst (by 5.00pm, 16 July)
Register at the event website: http://www.victoria.ac.nz/china-symposium-2013
All the best
Tony Alexander produces six regular publications.
The monthly Growing With China issues are here.
The monthly Brain Gain NZ can be located here.
The Weekly Overviews are loaded here.
The monthly BNZ-REINZ Residential Market Surveys are posted here.
The monthly BNZ Confidence Surveys are available here.
The monthly BNZ-Nine Rewards Consumer Trends Survey is here.
Recent research papers include the following.
The Cyprus Haircut.
Sources of Western Apprehension About China
Expat Experiences of NZ Hiring
Advice from NZ employers to expats and migrants
19 Reasons Why Auckland House Prices Will Keep Rising. Page 5 of..
Massey University Symposium Handout on Housing Affordability
Kiwi Business Locus of Control at a Distance
All the best