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Financial Times: Knock-on effects from China disruptions could hit ports around the world.
Jacinda Ardern and Japanese PM Fumio Kishida met for the first time in Tokyo.
Singapore and NZ: New collaborations in food innovation and trade are being announced.
All three countries have made radical shifts in their foreign policy to support Ukraine.
Singapore is NZ's fifth-biggest trading partner, right behind the fourth biggest, Japan.
Car dealers fear they'll have to pay the bill for errors in the Clean Car Discount Scheme.
National wants Trade Minister Damien O'Connor to get an Indian trade deal like Australia.
New York Times: Some are now asking aloud whether the country is on the wrong track.
OPINION: The world went crazy for a new digital game, true to form... I didn't.
Expert predicts fuel could eventually hit $4 per litre.
Oil shock: Prices surged again today meaning consumers face more price pain at the pump.
"This is an earthquake like we've never seen before."
Damien O'Connor has signed a free-trade agreement with the United Kingdom.
Higher inflation caused by conflict in Ukraine could mean a faster rise in interest rates.
Financial Times: Russia faces a host of trade restrictions due to its attack on Ukraine.
Trip "unlocking opportunities that will drive our economic recovery from the pandemic".
The EU has threatened Russia with sanctions if it invades Ukraine.
What will happen to house prices, GDP and the Official Cash Rate?
Retail disruptions caused by the pandemic and overseas factory shutdowns to hit retailer.
Financial Times: Delays created by pandemic likely to continue in 2022, say experts.