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Chapman Tripp
New Zealand's negotiators have to navigate some stumbling blocks, but the prize is worth the journey for NZ exporters.
Chapman Tripp
Inevitably the US decision to re-impose US nuclear-related sanctions on Iran will have repercussions in NZ. .
Herbert Smith Freehills
New Zealand has recently signed "side letters" to exclude compulsory Investor State Dispute Settlement with five members of the CPTPP – Brunei Darussalam, Malaysia, Peru, Viet Nam and Australia.
Chapman Tripp
Article provides an overview of the various reforms to the overseas investment regime. .
Chapman Tripp
NZ exporters should plan for the new CPTPP and make the most of the opportunities afforded by preferential market access.
Chapman Tripp
If CPTPP comes into force, exporters should consider planning to ensure the smooth operation of all global supply chains.
Cavell Leitch
New NZ government has quite expressed an intention to implement tighter restrictions on overseas buyers. .
Chapman Tripp
It is likely that the Comprehensive and Progressive Trans-Pacific Partnership will be finalised and signed in early 2018.
Chapman Tripp
There are deviations in policy relating to New Zealand's participation in the TPP11 – the Trans-Pacific Partnership.
Chapman Tripp
Although the media focus may be on the Trans-Pacific Partnership, there is a lot else going on in the global trade area.
Chapman Tripp
The scope of the China Cybersecurity Law is vague, which raises questions about the future of trade in the digital age.
Chapman Tripp
The Chinese Premier has made a successful visit to New Zealand with a commitment to upgrade the China-New Zealand FTA.
Chapman Tripp
The easing of United Nations sanctions against Iran in 2016 has created some export opportunities for New Zealand.
Chapman Tripp
The article looks at the contents of the WTO Agreement on Trade Facilitation and implications for New Zealand exporters.
Chapman Tripp
The election of Donald J Trump and the UK Brexit vote both herald a new era of world affairs with implications for NZ.
Chapman Tripp
The Private International Law (Choice of Law in Tort) Bill is a useful move which deserves support. .
Chapman Tripp
The company was fined for a purchase involving sensitive land, without consent under the Overseas Investment Act (OIA).
Chapman Tripp
The Foreign Affairs, Defence and Trade Committee has called for submissions on the Trans Pacific Partnership Agreement.
Chapman Tripp
For New Zealand to host the signing of the TPP is an extraordinary outcome to negotiations which began life as 'Plan B'.
Cavell Leitch
One of the TPPA deal's more significant consequences for New Zealand will be a change to its intellectual property laws.
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Chapman Tripp
New Zealand's negotiators have to navigate some stumbling blocks, but the prize is worth the journey for NZ exporters.
Chapman Tripp
Inevitably the US decision to re-impose US nuclear-related sanctions on Iran will have repercussions in NZ. .
Herbert Smith Freehills
New Zealand has recently signed "side letters" to exclude compulsory Investor State Dispute Settlement with five members of the CPTPP – Brunei Darussalam, Malaysia, Peru, Viet Nam and Australia.
Chapman Tripp
The Chinese Premier has made a successful visit to New Zealand with a commitment to upgrade the China-New Zealand FTA.
Chapman Tripp
The article looks at the contents of the WTO Agreement on Trade Facilitation and implications for New Zealand exporters.
Chapman Tripp
Article provides an overview of the various reforms to the overseas investment regime. .
Chapman Tripp
NZ exporters should plan for the new CPTPP and make the most of the opportunities afforded by preferential market access.
Chapman Tripp
It is likely that the Comprehensive and Progressive Trans-Pacific Partnership will be finalised and signed in early 2018.
Cavell Leitch
New NZ government has quite expressed an intention to implement tighter restrictions on overseas buyers. .
Chapman Tripp
There are deviations in policy relating to New Zealand's participation in the TPP11 – the Trans-Pacific Partnership.
Chapman Tripp
If CPTPP comes into force, exporters should consider planning to ensure the smooth operation of all global supply chains.
Chapman Tripp
The Private International Law (Choice of Law in Tort) Bill is a useful move which deserves support. .
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