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Further evidence on the consequences of foreign direct investment for the New Zealand economy
(Lincoln University. Commerce Division., 1996-12)
After 1984 the New Zealand economy underwent a radical transformation, moving from, arguably, the most regulated economy in the western world to the world’s freest market economy (Passow, 1992). One aspect of this economic ...
Agri-environmental policy and market developments in the European Union and their potential impact on New Zealand trade
(Lincoln University. Commerce Division, 1998-08)
The developments in the European Union and its environmental policy have important implications for New Zealand. While the importance of the European Union as a market for New Zealand produce has diminished, it is still ...
Forecasting New Zealand's lamb exports
(Lincoln University, 1994)
Since the early eighties there has been a marked change in the way New Zealand producers export lamb, in terms of the additional processing of lamb for export and the markets to which these products are sold. Most notable ...
New Zealand’s trading future with Asia
(Lincoln University. Commerce Division., 1997-07)
New Zealanders have had a close relationship with Asia since World War 2 almost without realising that we had a close relationship. Japan was one of the first countries to grant us visa free access. In the 1950’s and 60’s ...
In the forests of the night : second report of the Asian Economic Crisis Monitoring Group
(Lincoln University. Commerce Division., 1998-07)
In this paper we focus on the effects of the crisis on New Zealand exports, including the effects on New Zealand manufacturers, on the effects of the crisis on growth in East Asia, on the effects of the crisis on the ...