Fish For a New Middle Class

More New Zealand seafood is headed to Thailand as consumer appetite grows. The South Pacific nation is poised to capitalise on Thai consumers now having more baht in their pockets and their increased appreciation for well-sourced and high-quality ingredients, trade commissioner to Thailand Karen Campbell said. “With the rise of the middle class in Thailand, there is a lot of potential for growth of high-value products and a growing appreciation for food safety and sustainability,” said Campbell, who served as an executive vice-president of Bangkok Bank before becoming trade commissioner. She said there are also opportunities for growth in red-meat exports as well as seafood options such as green lipped mussels.


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Cruise CEO Dan Ammann Looks Beyond the Car

Cruise CEO Dan Ammann Looks Beyond the Car

Late last year, the former General Motors president wrote a blog post entitled, “We Need To Move Beyond The Car”. The statement wouldn’t be surprising if it came from the head…