China keeps changing at pace, says Fonterra’s Miles Hurrell

China keeps changing at pace, says Fonterra’s Miles Hurrell
Zespri's Dan Mathieson, Auckland airport’s Carrie Hurihanganui and Fonterra's Miles Hurrell speak at the China Business Summit. (Image: BusinessDesk)
Riley Kennedy
Fonterra’s chief executive Miles Hurrell says China keeps changing at pace and trying to keep up is important.But he remains confident about the Asian nation’s economic outlook.Hurrell was one of three chief executives, alongside Auckland International Airport’s Carrie Hurihanganui and Zespri’s Dan Mathieson, to speak on a panel at the China Business Summit in Auckland on Monday.Earlier this morning, prime minister Chris Hipkins gave a keynote speech saying NZ and China’s relationship would require careful man...

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