New Zealand businesses have built extensive commercial relationships with China. Two-way goods and services trade more than tripled from $9 billion in 2008 to $32 billion today.
Last year the global economy experienced unprecedented disruption to supply chains and demand due to the COVID-19 pandemic and geopolitical tensions. These challenges are being felt in the boardroom.
• How optimistic are New Zealand companies on the China market? Is this changing?
• What is the view from the boardroom of New Zealand-China relations?
• What role can government play in ensuring New Zealand businesses can maximise opportunities in the China market?
Drawing on her extensive coverage of New Zealand business relations with China and the influential Mood of the Boardroom CEO survey, leading commentator Fran O’Sullivan will overview New Zealand business views of China.