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ASB makes NZ exporting history with first bank-led blockchain trade

ASB in partnership with VerifyUnion has successfully launched this country’s first bank blockchain single trade window. It comes after the platform was used by Kiwi meat exporter Greenlea Premier Meats to make a trade with a large Korean importer.

Consultation paper released for Reserve Bank Act review

The joint Treasury and Reserve Bank team undertaking Phase 2 of the Government’s Review of the Reserve Bank Act has released its first consultation paper. https://treasury.govt.nz/news-and-events/reviews-consultation/reviewing-reserve-bank-act/public-consultation]

Strategy to meet the challenges of sustainability and climate change

Waste Management NZ today launched its inaugural sustainability strategy, For Future Generations, which sets out the company’s sustainability goals as New Zealand’s largest waste and environmental services provider.

ICNZ supports PGF funding for 3D mapping

The Insurance Council of New Zealand is pleased with the decision of Regional Economic Development Minister, Hon. Shane Jones, to provide funding through the Provincial Growth Fund for expanded LiDAR data mapping in the regions.

Working group formed to tackle end of life batteries

A group of local and international businesses has joined forces to stop mountains of e-waste being created by the rising number of large lithium-ion batteries in New Zealand.

Red meat sector welcomes CPTPP ratification

The red meat sector welcomes the ratification of the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP).

WIL locks in $11.5m toward revised Dam cost

To secure a 100-year water supply for Tasman and Nelson through the Waimea Community Dam, a group of local businesses has committed to invest $11 million in Waimea Irrigators Limited.

Russell McVeagh partner resigns following independent investigation

Russell McVeagh Board Chair, Malcolm Crotty, today confirmed the resignation of a partner following an independent investigation into complaints regarding inappropriate comments made under the influence of alcohol.

Lower sale volumes a result of low July listings - REINZ

The low number of new listings in July has meant that the number of houses sold in New Zealand during September decreased by -3.0% year-on-year.

Climate Change and Business Conference Communique

What a difference a year makes, the National Party’s environment spokesperson, Scott Simpson, told the EDS Climate Change and Business Conference yesterday. It was a theme picked up by lots of other people at the conference.

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