What’s next for New Zealand, the United States and the Asia Pacific region

Address by Stephen Jacobi to the Christchurch branch of the New Zealand Institute for International Affairs.

Read the full speech on the NZ US Council website.

Reflections of a travelling salesman – what progress in opening new markets for New Zealand?

Read Stephen Jacobi’s address to the Hawke’s Bay branch of the New Zealand Institute for International Affairs.

Progress and success in the Japan NZ relationship – the Trans Pacific Partnership and the case for Japan

Read Stephen Jacobi’s address to the Japan New Zealand Business Council

The Trans Pacific Partnership – corporate dream or vehicle for growth

Remarks by Stephen Jacobi to the Auckland branch of the New Zealand Institute for International Affairs

Click on the link above to read this speech on the New Zealand International Business Forum website.

Are trade agreements an appropriate vehicle for developing trade relationships in the 21st century?

Remarks by Stephen Jacobi to MBIE Tapping into Talent Seminar

This speech is available on the New Zealand International Business Forum website.

Realising the Trans Pacific Partnership – a presentation to the Auckland Economic Forum

Realising the Trans Pacific Partnership – a  presentation by Stephen Jacobi to the the Auckland Economic Forum, 12 June 2012.

Promoting supply chain connectivity – can APEC deliver?

Promoting supply chain connectivity – can APEC deliver?

Click on the link above to read the address by Stephen Jacobi to Customs Brokers and Freight Forwarders Conference.  It is now available on the New Zealand International Business Forum website.

TPP: Next steps – the role of the NZ US Council

TPP: Next steps – the role of the NZ US Council – a  speech by Stephen Jacobi available on the New Zealand United States Council website.

Realising the Trans Pacific opportunity – a look ahead to APEC Honolulu

Realising the Trans Pacific opportunity – a look ahead to APEC Honolulu

Click on the link above to read the address to the Hawke’s Bay branch of the NZ Institute for International Affairs, now available on the New Zealand International Business Forum website.