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Victoria Young
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A visiting Chinese academic says primary industries should be key to Kiwi firms who want to export to the world’s second-largest economy, and they should be doing it online. Zhejiang University of Technology’s Renyong Chi emphasised the importance of the internet economy at the Chinese Chamber of Commerce’s Vision 2020 event in Auckland on Monday.  Speaking to BusinessDesk after his address, Chi added that New Zealand exporters needed to take part in China’s e-commerce boom. “New Zealand has the industries, especially agriculture...
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