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    TPP momentum good for New Zealand

    2018-06-15 | ManufacturingNZ

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    ManufacturingNZ and ExportNZ welcome increased funding in R&D

    2018-06-15 | ManufacturingNZ

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    Government Procurement Business Survey

    2018-06-15 | ManufacturingNZ

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    NZ can't afford to miss out on Trans-Pacific Partnership

    2018-06-15 | ManufacturingNZ

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    Manufacturing News - May 2018

    29 May 2018 | ManufacturingNZ

    A brilliant result from the latest PMI, with the highest level of expansion since the beginning of the year. Positive comments typically noted a lift in construction, as well as a pick-up in offshore orders. See more below.

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    Manufacturing News - April 2018

    27 Apr 2018 | ManufacturingNZ

    One of my favourite sayings is that Kiwi firms need to collaborate onshore to compete offshore.

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    Manufacturers welcome proposal for R&D

    2018-04-19 | ManufacturingNZ

    ManufacturingNZ says tax incentives for research and innovation are a good step towards a higher-innovation economy.

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    Manufacturing News - March 2018

    29 Mar 2018 | ManufacturingNZ

    One of the key aims of this e-newsletter is to bring you news you can use, which is why I'm really excited about a new online portal to help engineering companies to recruit, retain and grow their teams.

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    NZECO case study

    2018-03-24 | ManufacturingNZ

    Family-owned manufacturing business Te Pari enjoyed robust trade with its UK distributor – but co-owner Jeremy Blampied knew exactly what he needed to unlock a huge jump in sales: generous payment terms.

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    Manufacturing News - February 2018

    2018-02-28 | ManufacturingNZ

    While some NZ manufacturers have experienced a slow start to the year as they've focused on recent uncertainty, BNZ Senior Economist, Craig Ebert suggests that "the international investment cycle is clicking into place and promises to self-sustain the global economic expansion. This should be good for manufacturing industries, New Zealand included".

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