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New Zealand dollar starts week above US74c

New Zealand dollar starts week above US74c
Wellington, Oct 4 NZPA - The New Zealand dollar started the week above US74c, though the story was one of ongoing US dollar weakness rather than strength in the local currency and trading is expected to be quiet with the Labour Day holiday in several Australian states today.

NZ considers further sanctions on Iran

Wellington, July 27 NZPA - New Zealand is considering imposing further sanctions on Iran as part of an international bid to halt its nuclear programme. The European Union (EU) and Canada announced yesterday they would adopt new sanctions on Iran.

EU signs South Pacific fisheries convention

EU signs South Pacific fisheries convention
Wellington, July 27 NZPA - The European Union has signed a regional fisheries management convention to set rules for fishing on the high seas from western Australia to South America.

McCully calls Fiji's foreign minister over expulsion

McCully calls Fiji's foreign minister over expulsion
Wellington, July 13 NZPA - Foreign Minister Murray McCully has called his Fijian counterpart to protest the expulsion of Australia's acting high commissioner to Suva, which he says was a "completely unjustified" action.

Fiji expulsion of Australian diplomat disappointing - minister

Fiji expulsion of Australian diplomat disappointing - minister
Wellington, July 13 NZPA - Fiji's decision to expel an Australian diplomat is disappointing and shows the country does not care about maintaining relations, Foreign Minister Murray McCully says.

Key hoping to build on South Korea success

Key hoping to build on South Korea success
By Kate Chapman of NZPA Seoul, Korea July 6 NZPA - Prime Minister John Key is hoping to build on the success of his time in South Korea when he travels to China tomorrow.

Key works on FTA with South Korea

Key works on FTA with South Korea
By Kate Chapman of NZPA Seoul, Korea July 6 NZPA - As Prime Minister John Key works to progress a free trade agreement (FTA) with South Korea that will include agriculture, he says multi-lateral are still his preference.

Agriculture back on the table for FTA talks

By Kate Chapman of NZPA Seoul, July 5 NZPA - Agriculture is back on the table for free trade negotiations with South Korea, Prime Minister John Key says.

Key talks trade with South Korea

Key talks trade with South Korea
By Kate Chapman of NZPA Seoul, Korea July 5 NZPA - Trade will be top of the agenda when Prime Minister John Key meets with President Lee Myung-bak and Prime Minister Chung Un-chan in Korea later today.

Key keen to reignite stalled trade talks in Korea

Key keen to reignite stalled trade talks in Korea
By Kate Chapman of NZPA Seoul, Korea July 4 NZPA - Prime Minister John Key arrived in South Korea this morning determined to reignite stalled free trade negotiations with the East Asian nation.

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