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Chinese Activist Gets Visa For NZ

Wellington, Oct 9 NZPA - A controversial Chinese activist has been given a visa to enter New Zealand next week, but Auckland University has said she can not speak there as planned.

Decision Soon On Visa For Chinese Activist, Key Says

Decision Soon On Visa For Chinese Activist, Key Says
Wellington, Oct 5 NZPA - A decision will be made within the next few days on whether a visa will be issued to Chinese human rights activist Rebiya Kadeer, Prime Minister John Key said today.

Decision Soon On Visa For Chinese Activist, Key Says

Decision Soon On Visa For Chinese Activist, Key Says
Wellington, Oct 5 NZPA - A decision will be made within the next few days on whether a visa will be issued to Chinese human rights activist Rebiya Kadeer, Prime Minister John Key said today.

NZ MP Was In Urumqi Just Before Violence Broke Out

NZ MP Was In Urumqi Just Before Violence Broke Out
By Maggie Tait of NZPA Wellington, July 7 NZPA - Labour MP Chris Carter, who was in a Chinese province just before violence broke out, says tensions were visible in the lead up to ethnic riots.

NZ Dollar Plunges As Further Bad Financial News Comes Out Of US

NZ Dollar Plunges As Further Bad Financial News Comes Out Of US
Wellington, Nov 11 NZPA - The New Zealand dollar fell rapidly early today against the greenback from around US60.25c to about US58c. The kiwi then recovered a little ground to be buying US58.33c at 8am, down from US59.67c at 5pm yesterday.

Fonterra Slashes Book Value Of Gutted Chinese Venture By $139m

Wellington, Sept 24 NZPA - Fonterra Co-operative Group today slashed the book value of its investment in troubled Chinese joint venture Sanlu by $139 million to an estimated $62 million, and cut back its forecast payouts to farmers this season.

Trader Reveals Secret Assignment To Establish China Links

(Corrects H0579 correcting clarifying in 11th par Rewi Alley was living in China notnot NZ) By Simon Louisson of NZPA

Trader Reveals Secret Assignment To Establish China Links

By Simon Louisson of NZPA Wellington, July 10 NZPA - A book on pioneer New Zealand-China trader Victor Percival reveals former prime minister Walter Nash in the 1950s attempted to break ranks with ally, the United States, to establish diplomatic relations with then isolated China.

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