New Zealand and life after agricultural reform

New Zealand's farmers operate in a global business environment where peaks, troughs and price volatility are the norm. This volatility requires New Zealand farmers to remain competitive, business oriented and proactive in terms of securing market access around the world—all without the need for government protection, intervention or financial support.

Koro Dickenson
Published: Wednesday, 07/20/2011 12:00 am EDT

New Zealand's farmers operate in a global business environment where peaks, troughs and price volatility are the norm. This volatility requires New Zealand farmers to remain competitive, business oriented and proactive in terms of securing market access around the world—all without the need for government protection, intervention or financial support.

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