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Federated Farmers National Conference

13 July 2004

Federated Farmers National Conference

The Federated Farmers of New Zealand (Inc) National Conference will be held at the Hotel Grand Chancellor, Christchurch on 20-21 July.

Federated Farmers President Tom Lambie will address the conference at 10am on Tuesday 20 July. Prime Minister Helen Clark will address the conference that afternoon.

Dr John Knight, Director of International Business & Lecturer in Marketing at Otago University’s School of Business will speak on his publication “Trust and Country Image - Perceptions of European Food Distributors Regarding Factors That Could Enhance or Damage New Zealand’s Image.”

Members of the Media wishing to register and receive a copy of the agenda should contact Zoë Anderson email zanderson@fedfarm.org.nz or PH 04 470 2162 or 027 226 0306. Please note the meeting will go into committee at times at which point members of the media will be asked to leave.

The Federated Farmers of New Zealand (Inc) National Conference is generously sponsored by FMG, Telecom New Zealand, Ravensdown Fertiliser Co-operative, the National Bank of New Zealand, ACC and New Zealand Post.

ENDS


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