Wellington businesses are concerned about the underinvestment in the City and region’s transport infrastructure.
A well-functioning vocational education system is a partnership between students, employers, education providers and the government. Each has a critical role to play, with communication between them all the key.
To varying degrees, Chambers of Commerce (Chambers) have advocated for the liberalisation of international trade as well as supported Buy Local policies in their respective countries.
We appreciate the fact that NZ Customs has had the costing and pricing methods verified by an independent third party. We are satisfied the new fees structure is a fair reflection of the actual costs of good clearance activities undertaken by NZ Customs.
We agree with the Minister of Finance’s in-principle decision to keep responsibility for prudential regulation with the Reserve Bank.
The Wellington Chamber of Commerce and Business Central (The Chamber) writes to express our support for the New Zealand Chambers of Commerce and Industry’s (NZCCI) submission to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs & Trade on The Upgrade of t
The Wellington Chamber of Commerce and Business Central (The Chamber) writes to express our support for BusinessNZ and ExportNZ’s submissions on the Treasury’s Discussion Document titled Reform of the Overseas Investment Act 2005 (the
For the purposes of this submission, it is important to note that Wellington region businesses pay the highest share of rates in the country.
The Chamber writes to support all six of these proposed traffic resolutions that will:
The Wellington Chamber of Commerce (The Chamber) writes to express our support for BusinessNZ’s submissions on the Ministry of Business, Innovation, and Employment’s Discussion Document titled Review of Section 36 of
As a member of Business NZ, we support their submission. We particularly support their first-principles approach to immigration and the conclusions it leads to. In addition, we have included below additional feedback particularly important to our members.
Our organisation writes in support of both the ExportNZ and the New Zealand International Business Forum (NZIBF) submissions on the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade’s consultation on preparations for a UK-NZ Free Trade Agreement.