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Trade Liberalisation Network Passes Baton

Tuesday, 8 May 2007, 9:57 am | Trade Liberalisation Network

The NZ Trade Liberalisation Network (TLN) is to become part of the newly established New Zealand International Business Forum. More >>

Encouraging Progress on Doha But Lot of Work Ahead

Monday, 29 January 2007, 12:43 am | Trade Liberalisation Network

The Trade Liberalisation Network (TLN) today welcomed news that Trade Ministers meeting at Davos had agreed to restart the Doha trade negotiations. TLN Chairman Stephen Jacobi said there was no greater trade priority for New Zealand than Doha and the ... More >>

Australia Ups The Ante On Japan

Sunday, 17 December 2006, 12:28 am | Trade Liberalisation Network

New Zealand needs to devote even greater attention to the economic relationship with Japan, says the Trade Liberalisation Network (TLN). More >>

Trade Lib'n Network Celebrates Fifth Anniversary

Thursday, 26 October 2006, 1:06 pm | Trade Liberalisation Network

“NZTLN has now completed five years of advocating for more trade, as the best route to higher living standards for all New Zealanders” said its Chair Philip Lewin today. More >>

Doha Round Suspension a Serious Setback

Tuesday, 25 July 2006, 10:26 am | Trade Liberalisation Network

“Today’s news from Geneva regarding suspension of the WTO talks represents a major blow for export-dependent nations such as New Zealand, and also for the poorest economies of the world” said Trade Liberalisation Network Chair Philip Lewin this ... More >>

'Buy Kiwi Made' – But Make Sure It's the Best!

Wednesday, 24 May 2006, 3:37 pm | Trade Liberalisation Network

The Trade Liberalisation Network today expressed support for the Government’s “Buy Kiwi Made” campaign, which received funding in last week’s Budget statement. At the same time, TLN urges the promoters to underline that New Zealanders should only buy ... More >>

Partnership Renewed In Washington

Monday, 24 April 2006, 1:52 pm | Trade Liberalisation Network

NZTLN is well pleased with the first-ever Partnership Forum session with US business, political, official and academic counterparts, said TLN Chair Philip Lewin from Washington today. More >>

Is Doha done for?

Wednesday, 9 November 2005, 5:52 pm | Trade Liberalisation Network

Some tough talking is going on, but there’s no need for tears yet said TLN, Executive Director, Suse Reynolds today. More >>

Sweets & soccer balls: trade policy and your vote

Friday, 2 September 2005, 9:17 am | Trade Liberalisation Network

The Trade Liberalisation Network has revealed it would cost each New Zealand household an extra $747 a year if yesterday’s tariffs on a select basket of goods were still applied today. More >>

Green trade policy – Trade Network not impressed

Wednesday, 17 August 2005, 12:11 am | Trade Liberalisation Network

“Calling it a “trade policy” doesn’t stack. If it’s implemented trade will stall and slide backwards,” said TLN Executive Director, Suse Reynolds. More >>

Green Party and NZ First fail To Impress TLN

Tuesday, 26 July 2005, 3:54 pm | Trade Liberalisation Network

Internationally, political considerations will always be relevant in trade deals - be they between individual countries, between regions or multilateral. The current multilateral trade negotiations taking place under the auspices of the Doha Development ... More >>

TLN Welcomes New Geneva WTO Appointment

Friday, 17 June 2005, 10:46 am | Trade Liberalisation Network

“The New Zealand Trade Liberalisation Network is pleased to see Crawford Falconer’s appointment as New Zealand’s next Ambassador to the World Trade Organisation” said TLN Chair Philip Lewin last night. More >>

Aussie apple ban – a final warning shot fired!

Wednesday, 15 June 2005, 11:58 am | Trade Liberalisation Network

It must be viewed as a final warning shot across their bow said Trade Liberalisation Network Executive Director, Suse Reynolds. More >>

TLN Hails Trade Bridge Across The Pacific

Friday, 3 June 2005, 5:30 pm | Trade Liberalisation Network

“On behalf of our key export interests, the New Zealand Trade Liberalisation Network warmly greets today’s confirmation of a New Zealand – Singapore -Brunei- Chile free trade agreement” said TLN Chair and Positively Wellington Business CEO Philip Lewin ... More >>

World trade negotiations – come on politicians, be

Wednesday, 4 May 2005, 12:16 am | Trade Liberalisation Network

New Zealanders with jobs in the export sector should be taking a close interest in talks taking place in Paris this week. Suse Reynolds, Executive Director, Trade Liberalisation Network said while the export sector was the most directly affected, in fact all ... More >>

Herds Conference- Be Informed, Engaged and Vocal!

Monday, 18 April 2005, 10:44 am | Trade Liberalisation Network

Be informed, engaged and vocal. This was the message Suse Reynolds, Executive Director of the Trade Liberalisation Network, left with dairy farmers when she spoke about their role in international trade development. More >>

Go For It - ASEAN, NZ & Oz Trade Agreement

Monday, 21 February 2005, 4:42 pm | Trade Liberalisation Network

Make it comprehensive. This is the call from the Trade Liberalisation Network as negotiations begin on an ASEAN, Australia and New Zealand trade agreement. More >>

NZ/Thai TA sends liberalizing signal to the world!

Wednesday, 1 December 2004, 9:50 am | Trade Liberalisation Network

The NZ/Thai trade agreement sends a clear signal to the world that barriers to trade are being lowered, not raised, said the Trade Liberalisation Network in response to today's announcement. More >>

NZ/ASEAN Free Trade - Think ten years out!

Tuesday, 30 November 2004, 5:42 pm | Trade Liberalisation Network

In welcoming the proposed NZ/ASEAN trade agreement, the Trade Liberalisation Network said exporters must look beyond next year's bottom line for the real gains in any agreement. More >>

NZ/ASEAN Trade Agreement - Think ten years out!

Tuesday, 30 November 2004, 10:01 am | Trade Liberalisation Network

In welcoming the proposed NZ/ASEAN trade agreement, the Trade Liberalisation Network said exporters must look well beyond next year's bottom line for the real gains in any agreement. More >>

 

 

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