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Useful Government & Business links

New Zealand Government Links

New Zealand Government Links

  • New Zealand Trade and Enterprise: New Zealand Government's international business development agency. Our purpose is to grow companies internationally - bigger, better, faster - for the benefit of New Zealand.

  • Ministry of Foreign Affairs & Trade: Represents New Zealand in formal communications with other countries and their governments.

  • Education New Zealand: offers a range of services to help New Zealand international education providers grow

  • Official website of the New Zealand Government

  • Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment: Develops and delivers policy, services, advice and regulation to support business growth

  • Commerce CommissionNew Zealand's competition enforcement and regulatory agency

  • Ministry of Primary IndustriesHelps maximise export opportunities for New Zealand's primary industries, improve sector productivity, ensure the food produced is safe, increase sustainable resource use, and protect New Zealand from biological risk.

  • Tourism New ZealandTourism New Zealand is a Crown Entity funded by the New Zealand Government.

  • Statistics New Zealand: Statistics New Zealand is a Government agency that gathers data on a wide range of topics such as import/export of commodities, economy, income, housing, the environment, education and social well-being.

  • Standards New Zealand:Search for Zealand and joint Australia/New Zealand standards, as well as almost all standards published by overseas standards bodies, including ISO, IEC, BSI, and ASTM)

  • Biosecurity New Zealand and New Zealand Food Safety Authority:The Ministry for Primary Industries is charged with leadership of the New Zealand biosecurity system. This encompasses facilitating international trade, protecting the health of New Zealanders and ensuring the welfare of our environment, flora and fauna, marine life and Maori resources.

  • AsureQuality: provides food safety and biosecurity services to the food and primary production sectors worldwide.

  • New Zealand Customs Services: The New Zealand Customs Service is the government agency that ensures the security of its borders and economy from illegal imports and exports. Here you will find customs requirements for imported goods.

  • Inland Revenue: Information on tax forms, returns and obligations.

  • Immigration New Zealand: New Zealand immigration information. Learn about visa requirements and how to apply for work, business, study and visitor visas.

Useful business entities in New Zealand

Useful business entities in New Zealand

  • New Zealand Chamber of Commerce: Directory of all regional chambers of commerce

  • Chamberdocs: New Zealand Chambers of Commerce issues NZ/China FTA Certificates of Origin and ASEAN/Australia/NZ FTA Certificates of Origin.

  • Business NZ:The BusinessNZ family has its roots in four large regional organisations of member businesses that together cover the entire country. BusinessNZ's governance body, guides and contributes to policy development formulated through consultation with thousands of member businesses.

  • Export NZ: ExportNZ is a division of BusinessNZ that provide support, information, contacts, training and services to help you grow your export business.

  • Affiliated Industries Group: The Affiliated Industries Group (AIG) is made up of over 60 national industry associations together comprising tens of thousands of enterprises.

  • Business NZ Gold Group: Business NZ's Gold Group helps ensure New Zealand's medium sized companies are heard in policy, business and economic debate.

  • Employers and Manufacturers Association: Enterprises of all types and sizes join the Employers and Manufacturers Association (EMA), for opportunities to learn and grow, make valuable business connections and change the world.

  • Kea New Zealand: Kea is a global community of Kiwis and friends of NZ that are connected with home and with one another, to share and leverage global experience, knowledge and opportunities.

  • GS1 NZ: helps industries and organisations of all kinds to do business better by creating unique numbers that are used in barcodes, radio frequency identification tags (RFID) and product data management, to support the world’s supply chains.

General Latin American business and market information

General Latin American business and market information

  • Business Etiquette: read up on the cultural differences that play a role in how business is conducted in Latin America.
  • Trade Fair Dates: more than 10,000 trade fairs, exhibitions and events from more than 100 countries from all over the world.

New Zealand market information

New Zealand market information

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