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Welcome to the launch of the Government’s Industry Strategy in this age of change – the fourth industrial revolution.
Address to the Otago Foreign Policy School, June 29 2019
Kia ora tātou
Sir Don McKinnon, Chair of the NZ China Council and Patron of the Latin America Business Council
It is always a pleasure to speak to an audience of people actively involved in caring for our environment.
Thank you for inviting me to speak here today.
As we approach the middle of 2019 and the mid-point in this parliamentary term it seems appropriate to take stock of New Zealand’s trade policy.
Tēnā koutou katoa. Da jia hao. Good morning distinguished guests, ladies and gentlemen.
Thank you for this opportunity to speak at the China Business Summit.
Minister Parker – Speech to ANZ Capital Markets
Trade Policy in Turbulent Times
E te Kaiwhakawā Tumuaki, e te Perehitene, e ngā kaiwhakawā o te Kōti Matua, tēna koutou.
Speech at the Launch of the Resource Management Reform Synthesis Report
Address to the National Freshwater Conference
Monday 11 February 2019, Te Wharewaka o Poneke, 2 Taranaki St, Wellington
- Ni Men Hao Ambassadors, my fellow MPs, Mayors, Good evening everyone and welcome to our visitors to New Zealand.
Notes for speech to the Wellington Chamber of Commerce’s “Beehive to Business” breakfast meeting.
16 October 2018
Speech notes for Essential Freshwater launch.
E nga mana
An address to the Environmental Defence Society annual conference
Auckland, 1 August 2018
An address to the Forest & Bird Annual Conference, Wellington, 23 June 2018
I am very pleased to join you today at the 24th Nikkei Forum, and to follow such illustrious speakers, to contribute a New Zealand perspective to this Forum.
E ngā mana (to the many powers)
An address to the Auckland District Law Society, 11 May 2018
Address to the Resource Management Law Association Seminar, 28 March 2018
Tēnā koutou katoa
The need to rebuild a public consensus for trade
Thank you to ABAC for the invitation to speak today.
E ngā mana, e ngā reo, e raurangatira mā