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Thu 13 Feb 2014, 8:00am–9:45am

Where: Ellerslie Event Centre, 80 Ascot Ave, Remuera, Auckland

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • EMA/ExportNZ Member: $55.00
  • Non-Member: $85.00
  • Additional fees may apply

Listed by: richelle7

Hear why Global Value Chains and Trade in Value Added (TIVA) are the new way of doing business internationally, concepts at the core of the success of the recent World Trade Organisation (WTO) talks in Bali, and central to our thinking around TPP.

Hear from Dr Raed Safadi, Deputy Director General of the Trade and Agriculture Directorate of the OECD, an expert on both these issues. His presentation will help exporters and businesses understand what they might mean for New Zealand and for them.

Join Dr Raed Safadi for an interactive session where he will outline his priorities for business and discuss:
- The current focus of the G20 and B20
- Emerging trade issues (export restrictions, rising RTA trend, SOEs)
- The vital importance of thinking in terms of global value and supply chains in export strategies
- Working better with others across borders
- Why trade agreements can no longer simply be about border access and tariffs but increasingly need to turn to behind-the-border issues, including regulatory interventions covering services, investment and intellectual property rights, all of which figure prominently in on-going TPP negotiations.
Attend this breakfast and walk away with a leading edge view of the new global thinking.
In association with: Westpac

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