Research article Regulating overseas investment in forestry.
T. Storey and C. Taylor
Christchurch, New Zealand: New Zealand Institute of Forestry.
Overseas Investment Commission (OIC) acts as a watch-dog to foreign investment in New Zealand by administering the government's inward foreign investment rules. A general overview of when OIC consent is required and what criteria the OIC uses in assessing application is presented. An important forestry related exemption to the overseas investment requirements and touch on future changes that will have an impact on overseas investors acquiring land for forestry purposes are determined. (no keywords)
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