Most Popular Canada flush with non-NAFTA options: Trade Minister Shane McNeil, BNN.ca Staff Trade minister: Theres never been a better time to diversify Canada's markets VIDEO SIGN OUT Canada does not seem content to wait around for a renegotiated NAFTA to determine its global trade future. In an interview with BNN on Friday, Canadas Minister of International Trade said that its time for the nation to diversify and look beyond its neighbours to bolster its options. Theres never been a better time to diversify. I think Canadians understand that now, Francois-Philippe Champage told BNN. I just came back from meeting the Vice-Premier of China, where were progressing our discussion, because we need to plant the seeds. We need to make sure that they understand our position. Champagnes comments come one day after Bank of Canada Governor Stephen Poloz said that Canada needs to explore alternatives to the protectionist trade approach being employed stateside. We know that with protectionism, everybody loses eventually, including the country that puts the policies in place, Poloz said in a speech to business leaders in Mexico City. The first order of business should be to keep working on opening trade elsewhere in the world. Champagne has been busy on that front, having recently returned from Chile where he had discussions about trade within the Asia-Pacific region, as well as having had recent discussions with opening up trade with South American nations including Brazil and Argentina. Despite all this, Champagne sees Europe as Canadas ace in the hole. The big prize, I think, is the coming into force of CETA 9,000 tariff lines are going to come down to zero on provisional application which is in a few weeks, he told BNN. This is going to be a game-changer for Canada. Canada stands out as a beacon of stability, predictability, inclusiveness, diversity and thats what makes Canada attractive around the world. Related
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Tatua has a distinguished history of topping the payout stakes. Fonterra suppliers will get a final payout of $4.30/kgMS, comprising a farmgate milk price of $3.90/kgMS and a dividend of 40c/share. Suppliers of Westland Milk, Hokitika, New Zealands second largest dairy co-op, will get $3.87/kgMS for the last season. Tatua chairman Steve Allen says the 2015-16 season has been a challenging year, with global milk supply rising in the face of generally lacklustre demand; benchmark milk powder prices declined for most of the year. He says Tatua achieved a strong result despite the weak market, selling its caseinate, whey protein casenites (WPC) and anhydrous milk fat (AMF) as customer-preferred product all year; and the co-op increased margins on its specialised added value business as a result of the low NZ milk price. Westland chairman Matt Regan says its payout will be below the breakeven point for most farmers, but the news will not be unexpected. We have been predicting for the whole season that 2015-16 would be a tough one for farmers, with our recent cash forecasts in the $3.80-$3.90/kgMS range. We did what we could to maintain farmers cashflow by starting the season with a higher advance rate of $3.80/kgMS and holding this. This ensured our focus was on cashflow management and delivered as much cash as possible to shareholders. Tatua benefited from its hedging policy in the face of a strengthening NZ dollar. Allen says Tatuas total revenues for last season reached $281.2 million; gearing ratio (debt divided by debt plus equity) decreased to 35.7% from 36.6% at the end of the previous year. The NZ dollar has slowly appreciated through the year and the companys foreign exchange hedging policies have achieved an overall conversion rate of 0.7135 to the US dollar, a strong performance and in line with Tatuas benchmark, says Allen.
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