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1.Don’t allow dumping in New Zealand

Published 13 December 2016, from ManufacturingNZ

Dumping products should not be allowed in the New Zealand market, says ManufacturingNZ. Dumping is selling products in an export market at a lower cost than they are sold in their home market. .Read More

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2.Manufacturing News - November 2016

Published 01 November 2016, from ManufacturingNZ

As we near the end of the year, 2016 is shaping up as better than 2015 for the manufacturing sector, with the PMI remaining in a state of expansion each month.Read More

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3.Manufacturing News - October 2016

Published 01 October 2016, from ManufacturingNZ

Manufacturing is the unsung hero of the economy as the latest economic survey of manufacturing shows very strong growth.Read More

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4.Manufacturing News - September 2016

Published 25 September 2016, from ManufacturingNZ

Two big things to note in this spring issue of Manufacturing News. One is the information on how well manufacturing in New Zealand is doing...Read More

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5.New Zealand's economic growth owes much to manufacturing

Published 15 September 2016, from ManufacturingNZ

New Zealand's positive growth story continues - GDP figures this week show the economy growing solidly. Even more positive is the role that manufacturing is playing in our good news story.Read More

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6.Manufacturing the powerhouse of the NZ economy

Published 13 September 2016, from ManufacturingNZ

The latest research shows the strength of manufacturing inNew Zealand – earning $22 billion in real GDP, employing 250,000 New Zealanders and growing regional economies around New Zealand.Read More

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