8th June 2022

New Zealand between America and China

This article was originally published in the November / December 2013 issue of New Zealand International review and is reproduced with permission. The United States-China relationship continues to grow in significance for our region and the wider… Read More

26th April 2022

New Zealand and China: Different Worlds?

This is our Chair John McKinnon’s recent presentation to the China Capable Public Sector programme. An Op Ed based on this presentation, published on Stuff  on 26 April, can be accessed here. This is… Read More

4th April 2022

CPTPP Roundtable

The New Zealand China Council (NZCC) recently joined the New Zealand International Business Forum (NZIBF) and the Centre for China and Globalization (CCG) for a virtual roundtable on the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP). Our Chair John… Read More

28th February 2022

Dialogue on Climate Change and Sustainable Development

The New Zealand China Council (NZCC) and the China Development Institute (CDI) recently held a joint virtual dialogue on climate change and sustainable development. The dialogue included two sessions “Net-zero emissions strategies” and “Green transportation”. Read More

9th February 2022

Executive change at NZ China Council

New Zealand China Council Executive Director Rachel Maidment will step down from her role next week to take up the position of Director of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade Auckland Office. Maidment has… Read More

21st December 2021

New Zealand China Council announces new chair

Sir Don McKinnon has retired from his role as chair of the New Zealand China Council.  Sir Don served as chair of the Council since its establishment in 2012. Executive Director Rachel Maidment says Sir… Read More

8th December 2021

Southern Link explainer

Rapid growth in trade between Asia and South America is opening the door for New Zealand to reap billions in economic benefits as an aviation hub for travel and e-commerce trade. There will likely be… Read More