China-NZ FTA would help drive the maritime silk road

December 2, 2016

New Zealand Prime Minister John Key said last week that China and New Zealand had agreed to launch talks to upgrade their free trade agreement (FTA). This would be the first time for China to upgrade an FTA with a Western country at a higher standard and the move marks great breakthroughs.

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Topics: ASIA-PACIFC ECONOMIC COOPERATION (APEC)

Regions: CHINA NEW ZEALAND

Authors: GLOBAL TIMES

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