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(B)(N) FCG Fonterra Co-Operative Group Limited (TPP)

October 5, 2015
Courtesy: Fonterra Co-Operative Group Limited and Trans-Pacific Partnership

Courtesy: Fonterra Co-Operative Group Limited and Trans-Pacific Partnership

Drama. The Fonterra Group is based in Aukland, New Zealand and produced about 20 billion litres (about 5.3 billion gallons) of milk products this year which it exports to over one hundred countries Worldwide.

It is also native to one of the four founding members of the Trans-Pacific Partnershi (Brunei, Chile, Singapore, and New Zealand) now expanded to twelve including Australia, Canada, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, Peru, Vietnam, and the United States and there are another dozen countries on the Pacific rim who have expressed an interest in joining later notwithstanding APEC Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation which is already much larger and also includes Canada, the USA, Russia, and China; please Figure 1 on the right.

Our money is attracted to inflation in growth economies and the New Zealand dollar (NZD) can be had for about USD$0.70 or one Canadian loonie at the present time and New Zealand is the only developed country that has a free trade agreement (New Zealand–China Free Trade Agreement) with China.

How can we not make money in this? I don’t know – leave it to Wall Street – but please see Exhibit 1 and 2 below for a different plan (and click on them and again to make them larger as required).

Exhibit 1: (B)(N) FCG Fonterra Co-Operative Group Limited

Figure 1.1: The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Price of Risk

Figure 1.1: The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Price of Risk

Exhibit 2: World Trade – Trans-Pacific Partnership

Figure 2.1: Inflation and Deflation

Figure 2.1: Inflation and Deflation

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And for more applications of these concepts please see our Posts which rely on the Theory of the Firm developed by the author (Goetze 2006) which calibrates The Process to the units of the balance sheet and demonstrates the price of risk as the solution to a Nash Equilibrium between “risk-seeking” and “risk-averse” investors within the demonstrated societal norms of risk aversion and bargaining practice. And for more on The Process, please see our Posts The Food Chain and The Process End-Of-Process.

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