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Fonterra funds 400 Chinese uni students

Fonterra funds 400 Chinese uni students
Wellington, Aug 30 NZPA - Fonterra farmers who wrote off more than $200 million in their ill-fated Chinese joint venture, Sanlu, are set to spend more than $400,000 to help support Chinese university students.

Key off to Asia

Key off to Asia
By Kate Chapman of NZPA Wellington July 1 NZPA - Cuddly pandas, deadly torpedoes and Chinese food safety will be among the talking points when Prime Minister John Key travels to Asia next week.

Key off to Asia

Key off to Asia
By Kate Chapman of NZPA Wellington July 1 NZPA - Cuddly pandas, deadly torpedoes and Chinese food safety will be among the talking points when Prime Minister John Key travels to Asia next week.

Fonterra Eyes Two More Dairy Farms In China

Fonterra Eyes Two More Dairy Farms In China
Wellington, Feb 2 NZPA - Fonterra says it wants to invest in two more dairy farm operations in China near its existing pilot farm there.

Fonterra Puts Tainted Milk Scandal Behind It

By Ian Llewellyn of NZPA Shanghai, April 19 NZPA - Fonterra is now able to put the poison milk scandal behind it in China, although it will not be making any major new investments in the short term, Fonterra chairman Henry van der Heyden says.

China Asks For NZ Help To Sort Out Food Safety Crisis

China Asks For NZ Help To Sort Out Food Safety Crisis
Beijing, April 16 NZPA - China has asked New Zealand to assist in sorting out China's confidence crisis over food safety. Prime Minister John Key met Premier Wen Jiabao overnight (NZ time) with all pomp and ceremony a welcome in the Great Hall of the People in Beijing can muster.

China Still Interested In NZ Farming Despite Poison Milk

China Still Interested In NZ Farming Despite Poison Milk
By Ian Llewellyn of NZPA Beijing, April 15 NZPA - China still wants to work with New Zealand on building agricultural trade despite New Zealand's part in the contaminated milk scandal, Prime Minister John Key said today.

Fonterra Offshoot Takes Corporate Reputation Award In Chile

Fonterra Offshoot Takes Corporate Reputation Award In Chile
Wellington, Dec 24 NZPA - Fonterra's Chilean dairy business Soprole has topped a corporate reputation survey of consumers. Soprole, 99.8 percent owned by Fonterra, has risen from seventh place since the survey was first taken in 2002.

Farewell Sir Ed

By Kevin Norquay of NZPA Wellington, Dec 16 NZPA - This was the year New Zealand lost its most famous and treasured citizen, notched its greatest day at an Olympic Games, and voted for a change of Government.

Farewell Sir Ed

By Kevin Norquay of NZPA Wellington, Dec 16 NZPA - This was the year New Zealand lost its most famous and treasured citizen, notched its greatest day at an Olympic Games, and voted for a change of Government.

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