China Chamber’s Christmas Symposium and Launching of Book - Doing Business in New Zealand

China Chamber of Commerce in New Zealand has hosted the Christmas Symposium on 9th Dec 2021 to identify challenges and discuss opportunities that could accelerate China and New Zealand’s economic recovery post-COVID -19. CCCNZ is fully committed to supporting members prepare for what is to come in 2022 and beyond.

The Chair of China Chamber of Commerce in New Zealand David Wang and Mr. Huang Yuefeng, Chinese Economic & Commercial Councilor have made welcome speech & opening remark that stated the growth of China’s Economy in 2021 and updates of China – New Zealand trade cooperation.

Three invited Keynote Speakers.

David Mahon, Founder and Executive Chairman of Mahon China has made the keynote speech - China Watch. 

Tony Alexander, Economic Speaker and Writer made the keynote speech - the Outlook for New Zealand’s Economy as Interest Rates Rise.

David Downs, CEO of the New Zealand Story made the keynote speech – Telling New Zealand’s Story to the World. he printing and typesetting industry. 


Launching of Doing Business in New Zealand - Information and Advice from Leading Experts.

China Chamber of Commerce in New Zealand has collaborated with New Zealand’s leading legal & tax professionals to offer the bilingual business book - Doing Business in New Zealand - Information and Advice from Leading Experts. The book was published amidst the uncertainties of a global economic recovery.

Co-edited by Dr Wayne Mapp and Raymond Huo.

Foreword written by Rt Hon Sir John Key GNZM AC, Former Prime Minister of New Zealand.

Foreword written by Hon David Parker, Attorney-General, Minister for the Environment, Minister of Revenue and Associate Minister of Finance.

Financial Glossary by Hon Stuart Nash, Minister for Economic and Regional Development, Minister of Tourism and Minister of Forestry.

The book is an essential guide by leading law firms and organisations with a wealth of knowledge and expertise.

China Chamber of Commerce in New Zealand is a membership-based organisation supporting bilateral trade. It is committed to ensuring its members and stakeholders understand the law and regulations as dedicated corporate citizens; helping members to legally protect their interests in New Zealand and building a platform to promote business cooperation between the two countries.

We are confident this book "Doing Business in New Zealand" will provide a better understanding of the legal and tax framework governing commercial activities in New Zealand to ensure business investments are successful.

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