JAPAN’S RUNWAY’S, PORTS & IMPORTERS LISTS FOR BILL ENGLISH FROM GLOBAL BANKING TRIPS ABROAD
Export markets ahead consist of keeping an eye out agricultural and wine exports from New Zealand into Japanese runways & ports.
To have a list of actual importers to approach for New Zealand to increase exports is key in Japan to keep an eye on.
Photo: Iwakuni runway Japan. Wn photo. Photo 2: Yamaguchi Prefecture, Iwakuni township.
New Zealand’s Bill English‘s travel itinerary says he will be visiting Japan on October 11th 2012 in a trip that has been designed to incoporate hearing from the best brains on the topic of the global economy. In London, Bill made statement’s like the following when assessing the niggly Eurozone crises that has been a complete pain for New Zealand to navigate through.
In NZ our own inequality levels are at an all time high between wealthy and the non-wealthy. Eurozone woes on top add to the pressure cooker known as our economy. NZ needs to tell (global) bankers NZ’s inequality divide is of priority to sort, when speaking with them of what our new priorities are economically.
Bills thought’s were: “It’s clear that the global economic situation remains uncertain and that many countries still face considerable challenges,” Mr English says. “Compared to many developed economies, New Zealand is relatively well placed. But the challenges faced in Europe will have an impact on New Zealand, and I expect that to continue for some time.
“So I’m keen to hear first-hand from the policy makers and business people dealing directly with these deep-seated issues.”
In a day or so, Mr English’s travel intinerary on his website says he will be in Germany: “In Frankfurt, he will visit the European Central Bank, the Bundesbank and Deutsche Bank, before speaking at the opening of the Frankfurt Book Fair on 9 October. New Zealand is guest of honour and has a pavilion at the fair, the world’s largest annual publishing event, which will provide significant business and trade opportunities for this country.”
[Te Karere News provided a news story on the Frankfurt book fair of participants from NZ this year above].
When Bill touches down on a Japanese runway on the 11th of this month, in Tokyo he will “attend the IMF and World Bank governors’ annual meeting, which will provide another opportunity to assess the global economic situation.”
In spite of all the number cruncing given – people still need to eat, drink. They still use energy. Japan uses a lot of rare earth minerals to fuel the electronics businesses too. These are the nation’s main priorities of product consumption to build a stronger relationship trading with NZ. So, yeah – I would more be inclined to take with a grain of salt all the moveable feast data from the bankers (while wisely considering it), with more of an eye to move product into new trade areas while in Japan. It would be more helpful for NZ if Bill just asked the IMF and other bankers, for a hard list of the best leads of importers into Japan, so Bill’s team (who are economically focused) could contact the list on return to NZ and start new NZ product orders moving into ports and runways of Japan asap.
Then by next month, when the numbers talked about are again almost obsolete (the pattern of the GFC years with banker’s data), Bill as NZ Treasurer will still be winning in growing the NZ economy (his main purpose of Treasurer), as the real orders going out were more helpful to NZ to grow the economy, then all the data and words of advice from the economic engineers.
Money has become less real. Product is more real.
You know, we do live in those times were the data hasn’t helped NZ’s economy much over the last few years, so Bill’s got nothing to lose, just sourcing lists of Japanese importers to supply to – in tandem with MPI’s Steven Joyce‘s office in NZ. That would rock for NZ too.
~Posted by Horiwoodblog, Aotearoa New Zealand, Polynesia Asia-Pacific. 6.10.12~
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