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Last chance for Indonesia, plus election panel event


Thursday 31 July 2014
Last chance for Indonesia, plus important election panel event

MESSAGE FROM THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
A quick note for those of you wanting to join the Export New Zealand / ASEAN NZ Business Council Mission to Indonesia who haven't registered yet - you've now got a few more days to complete the form and get your deposit in. See below for more details.

I'd also like to draw everyone's attention to our upcoming panel event, which will give you a chance to find out which political parties will do the most to improve the economy and environment for business.
Make sure you don't miss out on either - register now.


Indonesia Trade Mission - register now
Registrations for the Indonesia Trade Mission 2014 have been extended - but you've only got a few more days.
The packed itinerary will include door-opening plenary meetings, site visits, sector activities, and individual business matching, through four key provincial markets.
The Mission will culminate in the third NZ/ Indonesia Forum and Gala Dinner in Jakarta on Monday 8 September.
Register now.


Monday 8th September- save the date!
MPs and party spokespeople will outline their policies around the economy, tax, employment law, RM and more at the Deloitte-BusinessNZ Election Conference.
Put your questions or views to them, and find out how their views compare against the findings of our most recent survey of more than 1000 businesses.
See the programme and make sure you register here.


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