Prior Group - Russia - New Zealand - Новая Зеландия - Россия

Russia - New Zealand News
Meeting of New Zealand Trade Minister with Russian Minister of Agriculture Print E-mail

New Zealand Trade Negotiations Minister Groser had met Russian Minister of Agriculture Mr Fyodorov in Berlin on 19 January. More on their meeting in the Russian media:

19 января в Берлине в рамках деловой программы Международной выставки «Зеленая неделя-2013» министр сельского хозяйства Российской Федерации Николай Федоров провел встречу с министром торговли Новой Зеландии Тимом Гросером.
 Глава федерального аграрного ведомства отметил, что российская сторона придает большое значение развитию сотрудничества с Новой Зеландией.

Read more...
 
Fonterra buys Russian asset in New Zealand Print E-mail

16/01/2013 stuff.co.nz Fonterra has confirmed it paid $48.5 million for the assets of failed Canterbury milk processing company New Zealand Dairies.

The Studholm dairy company was owned by Russian infant food manufacturer Nutritek, whose parent company went bankrupt.

Receiver BDO’s report showing dominant New Zealand milk processor Fonterra paid $48.5m for the South Canterbury assets has been confirmed by Fonterra.

NZ Dairies, in which the Russians invested more than $100m, was put into receivership in May last year, owing more than $26m to its farmers and throwing their supply future into doubt on the eve of a new dairy season.

Read more...
 
Who has the right to Antarctic? - Russian perspective Print E-mail

Jan 4, 2013  The Voice of Russia (radio) Next century may see replotting in the Antarctic. As soon as scientists find ways of extracting oil and gas from under layers of ice 1 kilometre thick, at least 30 countries will make claims on the sixth continent. At present scientists continue working on the southernmost continent where they mainly study the resource base.
Huge resources of oil and gas are hidden under the ice cover of the Antarctic. It is a proved fact but at present the development of these fields is too difficult and unprofitable. In addition, many countries are held back by the status of a continent. According to the treaty on the Antarctic, no one has the right either to draw state borders there or develop mineral deposits.

Read more...
 
The Hobbit: USSR vrs New Zealand 28 years later... Print E-mail

January 2, 2013, (Russia Beyond the Headlines) While Peter Jackson’s "Hobbit" is currently shown in Russian cinemas, RBTH introduces a Soviet adaptation of John Tolkien’s iconic book that came out in 1985.
A footage from the Soviet version of "The Hobbit" adapted for the screen - "The Fairytale Journey of Mr. Bilbo Baggins the Hobbit.” Source: Kinopoisk.ru
The first real attempt to turn Professor Tolkien’s book into a film took place in St. Petersburg Studios, with a budget that ran not even close into the millions. Russia Beyond the Headlines takes a closer look at Bilbo Baggins’ film journey.
As the third part of the epic film adaptation of Tolkien’s “The Lord of the Rings” appeared in cinemas at the end of 2003, with box-office takings surpassing those of both its predecessors, it appeared to be only a matter of time before the same team would bring the prequel to the big screen.

Read more...
 
New Zealand shell firms linked to Russia Print E-mail

2 December 2012, Sunday Star-Times, Fairfax New Zealand Limited. A RUSSIAN woman and a Cypriot yoga teacher are at the centre of a complex shell-company operation involving billions of dollars moving through two Auckland-based internet foreign exchange companies.
 
Marina Nebyshenkova touts the benefits of alpari-forex.com, a web address registered in Newmarket, Auckland, and claiming to do monthly business worth $255 billion - nearly twice New Zealand's annual gross domestic product. Befriended on Facebook and asked what she was doing, she declined to comment. "All the information about our activities can be found on the website." Cypriot Lana Zamba, who may not even exist, is the registered owner of the web address forextime.com which claims to operate a forex operation in Stanley St, Auckland.

Read more...
 
New Zealand - Russia: Stephen Jennings' Exit Is a Big Loss for Russia Print E-mail

26 November 2012 | Moscow Times, Issue 5022, By Bernie Sucher, Since the fall of Bear Stearns in 2007, the scene has been repeated tens of thousands of times. With colleagues staring, you search your desk for the things most important to you. You pack up the lot as best you can with whatever bag or box might be at hand. You say a few awkward goodbyes and walk out for the last time.

Stephen Jennings followed this script in mid-November, making his lonely exit through the doors of Renaissance Capital, the firm he led for 17 years. The world of finance offers bigger stages, but none of its actors has so captivated an audience as Jennings did in Russia. From the first day, Renaissance Capital was a high-wire act, a collection of colorful and super-aggressive money men banded together by vaulting ambition for wealth amid the land grab that was Russia in the 1990s. That ambition was feral, just barely restrained by the superior, concentrated professionalism that became the firm's competitive attribute. Renaissance, inspired by Jennings' beloved Kiwi rugby tradition, was in your face: muscular, fierce, fast and intimidating.

Read more...
 
Russian national skiers pleased with New Zealand slopes Print E-mail

8 September 2012 sports.ru Anton Gafarov, a sprinter skier, Russian national team: «Nobody believed we would go to New Zealand for training. That was amazing - real snow, -10C during the day and -20C at night, it's our second year in New Zealand and we are pleased with our training for the Olympic games in Sochi 2014. Никто из спортсменов не поверил, что мы поедем на сбор в Новую Зеландию» Член спринтерской сборной России по лыжным гонкам Антон Гафаров рассказал о сборе в Новой Зеландии и определил цели на предстоящий сезон.
 
О сборе в Новой Зеландии: «Новая Зеландия, куда мы ездили второй год – это отдельная история. Когда нам тренеры впервые сказали, что мы поедем на сбор в Новую Зеландию, никто не поверил. Потому что еще ни разу ни советская, ни российская сборные туда тренироваться не ездили. Это далеко и по финансам накладно. И не верили до последнего, пока в августе 2011 года не поехали в Новую Зеландию.
 
В дороге мы были около двух суток, устали. Зато потом были с лихвой вознаграждены: на базе, которая находится на высоте 1500 м, лежал настоящий снег. И мы каждый день тренировались на лыжах. В летний период такого мы себе не могли позволить. Температура воздуха днем была «минус 10», а ночью опускалась до «минус 20».

Read more...
 


Page 6 of 26

Russia - New Zealand Video

To see the video of Russia Channel showing Russian Rugby Team training in New Zealand, Feb 2011 please go to http://www.rutv.ru/video.html?tvpreg_id=133502&vid=105100&mid=14&d=0&p=1

Russia - New Zealand Quotes

It's too bad we, Russians, are not green or blue or purple, because if we were, the world would treat us differently. The West expects us to act like they act, they keep criticizing us – and you know why? We look like them. Take the Chinese. Does the West go after them not being democratic, for not living up to western standards? No. Because they look different. Our problem is that we look like Westerners, but in fact we are not, we are different.Andron Konchalovsky

Prior Group Market Reports

Russia - New Zealand History

Every day that we were there the Zealanders would arrive at our sloops at about 10 in the morning and would remain until evening. Having traded their goods they would have lunch with us. They ate our dry bread, peas, kasha and sugar with real appetite. They did not like our salt beef at all and were not great fans of the pork, nor were they able to drink our rum and wine. From time to time they would help our sailors in their work, for which the hardest workers would be rewarded with nails. Sometimes, making merry, they would give us the pleasure of watching their dances and listening to their songs. For this, about 15 men would stand in a single line. One of them, stamping his foot, would begin to sing. In mid-verse there would suddenly be a common, quite quick and wild shout, then they would lift their arms up, extend them, and let them fall, while strongly stamping their feet, distorting their whole bodies and making fierce faces. They would finish this song by going down on one knee and making a frightful, lingering laugh. Our sailors adopted their dance and song very well indeed, and on our sloop at the South Pole where the daily dangers depressed the spirit, they would sometimes cheer everybody up with their imitation (of the haka - translated by Prior Group). N.Galkin, surgeon on board the Russian vessel “Mirny” (Peaceful), during their stay in New Zealand, Queen Charlotte Sound, Russian Expedition, 1820

Follow us on

Twitter: priorgroup

Stuart Prior, Honorary Consul for Belarus in New Zealand

Currency Rate

December 2016

1 NZD = 45.24 RUB

1 NZD = 14,160 BYR

www.reuters.com

1 NZD = 240.720 KZT

www.exchangerates.org.uk

Current Time

Moscow, Russia

Minsk, Belarus

Astana, Kazakhstan

Wellington, New Zealand

Stuart Prior Books

You are here  : Home Russia

Strategy Development

- Be among the first to explore

Legal & Financial Advice

- Use the best knowledge present in the market

Communications

- For the better future of the Customs Union - New Zealand links