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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • A city of southeast Brazil northeast of São Paulo. Founded in 1645, it is a commercial center with an important textile industry. Population: 252,000.

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  • Business interested in participating in NZTE's VIP corporate hosting programme and spending dedicated time with international contacts at the New Zealand Pavilion are encouraged to visit

    NZ On Screen

  • The judges also cited NZTE's promotion of Export Year 2007 and the signing of the historic China Free Trade Agreement as important milestones.

    National Business Review (NBR) New Zealand

  • Trade Minister Phil Goff and Economic Development Minister Pete Hodgson welcomed the award, citing NZTE's innovation in setting up the highly successful Beachheads programme as some of the reasons behind NZTE's win.

    National Business Review (NBR) New Zealand

  • Marketing, Dell; Richard Keyse, Chair of NZTE's Europe Beachhead Board; and Vernon Turner,

    Computerworld

  • Lionel Crawley, NZTE's Regional Manager Bay of Plenty, says, "Productivity is of vital importance both for business success and to lift economic growth in our region.

    NZ On Screen

  • "The board has appointed Peter because he has the combination of export and international business experience, strategic leadership capability, commercial acumen, and political insight to work with NZTE's diverse national and international stakeholders.

    NZ On Screen

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