Real farms promoted

A large selection of New Zealand farmland, businesses and property will be on display in North Yorkshire in October, as part of a national road show from real estate company, Bayleys Realty Global. Bayleys marketing manager Richard Graham said several economic indicators were now pointing toward a favourable New Zealand property investment scenario for UK residents, including record pay-outs for dairy farmers, and a recovering beef and lamb sector. “From a foreign exchange perspective, some eight years of a high-valued New Zealand dollar against the British pound is coming to an end, adding to the attractiveness of New Zealand farms as business opportunities,” Graham said.


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Crawford Falconer to Head Post-Brexit Deals

Crawford Falconer to Head Post-Brexit Deals

Britain’s Department for International Trade (DIT) has hired New Zealand’s former trade head Crawford Falconer as chief trade negotiation adviser to manage the UK’s free trade deals once the country leaves…