John Key leads delegation to China to talk trade

April 18, 2016

Prime Minister John Key and two of his senior ministers will be pushing for greater trade access to China during an official visit there this week. While two-way trade has increased substantially to more than $18 billion since a free trade agreement was signed eight years ago in 2008, many New Zealand businesses still face barriers in the Chinese market.

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Topics: AGRICULTURE MARKET ACCESS

Regions: CHINA NEW ZEALAND ASIA-PACIFIC

Authors: RADIO NEW ZEALAND

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