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NZ and Brazil ramp up education cooperation

John Key tour - Brazil  Prime Minister John Key has welcomed the signing of an agreement which will see more Brazilian students studying in New Zealand, following a bilateral meeting with Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff today in Brasilia. Key says New Zealand’s reputation as a welcoming country with high-quality qualifications …

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Brazil air services agreement welcomed

John Key tour - Brazil  Transport Minister Gerry Brownlee welcomed the new open skies air services agreement between New Zealand and Brazil. “Brazil is touted to become one of the world’s most powerful emerging economies,” Brownlee says. “It will also host the next FIFA World Cup and Olympic Games. “Travel between New Zealand …

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Mexico, NZ commit to stronger trade relations – Statement

John Key tour - Mexico  Prime Minister John Key says he and Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto have committed to strengthening the trade relationship between New Zealand and Mexico, following bilateral talks in Mexico City. “Mexico and New Zealand have shared a friendly relationship for 40 years. President Peña Nieto …

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‘Mexico means opportunity’ – ProMexico video

John Key tour - Mexico  ProMexico’s Alejandra Sanchez Apodaca dipped into a grab bag of compelling statistics to spell out to the traveling NZ delegation why ‘Mexico means opportunity.’ It’s the world’s 11th largest economy Every to styled about how do i buy viagra online products purchased Until not legit …

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Latin American blog

On the Road  Going on the Prime Minister’s Latin American swing sounds glamorous (and in some parts it is). But you have to be seriously interested in New Zealand’s push to deepen its engagement with countries like Mexico, Columbia, Chile and Brazil to sign up for a 12 day trip: …

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Fonterra to go ahead with Dutch cheese factory partnership

Fonterra Cooperative Group, the world’s biggest dairy exporter, is going ahead with a plan to build a cheese plant and dairy ingredient factory in the north of the Netherlands with Dutch dairy firm A-ware Food Group. The dairy companies will develop a greenfield site in Heerenveen where A-ware will operate …

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Day two – Getting to know Mexico

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Irish seize APN in boardroom bloodbath – AFR

APN Battle  The Australian Financial Review gets to the nub of the stoush that saw five of Herald publisher APN’s directors walk overnight after Ireland’s Independent News and Media exercised its shareholding muscle. The article it notable for suggesting INM’s own CEO Vincent Crowley might be a candidate for the …

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