Regional trade talks out in open

June 13, 2016

Trade Minister Todd McClay is out to banish the taint of excessive secrecy from New Zealand's free trade negotiations by holding a public session with this country's trade negotiators during this week's regional economic negotiations. Says McClay: "I am eager for everyone to have an opportunity to learn more about trade and trade negotiation. For this reason the public discussion with be live-streamed to allow people in any part of New Zealand to participate."

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Topics: TARIFF LIBERALIZATION NON-TARIFF BARRIERS

Regions: ASIA-PACIFIC

Authors: NEW ZEALAND HERALD

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