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Faculty of Agribusiness & Commerce Working Paper series

Research Archive

Faculty of Agribusiness & Commerce Working Paper series

 

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  • Gan, C.; Zhiyou, C.; Tran, M. C.; Cohen, D. A.; Xiangxiang, W. (Lincoln University. Faculty of Agribusiness and Commerce, Canterbury, New Zealand, 2014-12)
    The food industry in China has been the subject of media attention in recent years. The number of recent high-profile scandals involving tainted food products has shaken China’s public confidence in the safety of domestic ...
  • Tipples, R.; Rawlinson, P. (Lincoln University. Faculty of Agribusiness & Commerce., Lincoln, Canterbury, 2014-05)
    The RSE was introduced in 2007, as policy allowing the introduction of seasonal labour for horticulture and viticulture from the Pacific Islands. The success of RSE has led to calls from “the dairy and meat processing ...
  • Wang, W.; Gan, C.; Li, Z.; Tran, M. (Lincoln University. Faculty of Commerce., Lincoln University, Canterbury., 2014-08)
    The relentless effort of the government to control rising house prices in urban China have differential impacts on the various segments of the population due to their differential demand for homeownership. Hence, it is ...
  • Gan, C.; Dong, W.; Hu, B.; Tran, M. C. (Lincoln University. Faculty of Commerce., Lincoln, Canterbury, 2014-08)
    Since the first credit card issued by the Bank of China in 1985, the domestic banks has issued 140 million credit cards in 2008, and by the end of 2011, the total number of credit cards issued reached 285 million, an ...
  • Nguyen, Nhung; Gan, Christopher; Hu, Baiding (2014-07)
    Small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) have been highly conducive to economic development in Vietnam. SMEs are a mean of income generation, job creation, poverty reduction, and government revenue contribution, etc. ...

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