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|中國人的小動作特別多、除了前幾天不給New Zealand Air Line 直飛上海的飛機降落之外，還故意不給外銷中國的活鮭魚報關、換言之必需回航NZ唉！（報復紐西蘭禁用華為設備？）小心眼的動作特別多、您還想要被這樣的中國人統一嗎？⋯⋯好消息！鮭魚快要降價了😄..... https://www.nzherald.co.nz/business/news/article.cfm?c_id=3&objectid=12204157|
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|New Zealand's biggest seafood exporter Sanford has been having issues getting salmon exports to China cleared through Chinese ports, as suspicions grow that China is turning up the heat on this country because of the Huawei saga.
Sanford is not attributing its recent administrative issues getting shipments cleared to the deteriorating New Zealand-China relationship, but chief customer officer Andre Gargiulo said no reason has been given for the issues which have impacted several shipments of fresh salmon since the end of last month.
China is New Zealand's biggest export seafood market, last year returning $500m.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade has been approached for comment.
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The Government decision to exclude Chinese telecommunications company Huawei from Spark's 5G network tender process was interpreted in Beijing as a ban, Beijing-based Kiwi businessman David Mahon has said.
Beijing had now qualified it as a "concern" but the messaging from the New Zealand Government has not been clear enough, Mahon said.
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|NZTE chairman and former Fonterra chief executive Andrew Ferrier said in his experience with China "you are always going to have some friction at the border".
"We just don't have enough evidence to make a prediction...everyone is speculating on it but we don't have enough evidence from our customers," Ferrier said.
On Tuesday the Herald reported Prime Minister Jacinda Adern was scheduled to visit China early this year but the invitation has been put on hold.
The 2019 China-New Zealand Year of Tourism was also meant to be launched at Wellington's Te Papa museum next week but that has been postponed by China.
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|New Zealand's tourism industry is facing backlash following rocky relationship with China
14 Feb, 2019 11:19pm
China is turning up the heat on New Zealand, threatening our booming tourism industry will take a lashing on the back of the Huawei saga.
An article published in the English version of China's People's Daily newspaper suggests New Zealand has fallen out of favour with Chinese travellers.
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|Newstalk ZB political editor Barry Soper said the Chinese were good at targeting certain industries that countries relied upon.
"For the first time in many years, New Zealand has been listed as not in the top 10 preferred travel destinations," he said.
"That's got to be a big concern, not just for the tourism industry but for the $27 billion of two-way trade that we do with China every year.
"It says a lot about this government that promised us absolute transparency, going to be the most transparent government on record."
In the past week, the issue of New Zealand's deteriorating diplomatic relationship with China has exploded into the public arena.
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