New Zealand's terms of trade remain at a more than 40-year
high despite weakening prices for dairy, the country's
A Be Your Own Boss expo in Dunedin this month is aimed at
tertiary students interested in starting their own business.
Fonterra's credit rating has taken a hit following the
announcement of its proposed partnership with a Chinese
infant food manufacturer.
Cromwell man Duncan Faulkner wants to help reduce the number
of tragedies in the adventure tourism industry.
Agriculture is ''far more than milking cows and drafting
Three fledgling - and very diverse - Otago businesses have
been selected, to go through to the next stage of the ANZ
Flying Start business plan competition. Business reporter
Sally Rae speaks to their founders.
The signing of an agreement with a Californian medical group
is further confirmation Pacific Edge Ltd is ''moving
forward'' in the United States, Craigs Investment Partners
broker Peter McIntyre says.
Farmers will be ''definitely asking questions'' following
Westland Milk Products' decision to cut its forecast payout
by 60c for the 2014-15 season.
Fonterra will spend about $157 million installing three new
plants at its Edendale site as part of a more than
half-billion-dollar upgrade of processing capacity.
Fonterra's decision to hold its forecast farm-gate milk price
for the 2014-15 season at $6 reflects the longer-term outlook
for international dairy prices, chairman John Wilson says.
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