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Forum will enhance important relationship

3 April 2006

Forum will enhance important relationship

The US-NZ Partnership Forum being held in Washington later this month will help broaden and deepen relationships between New Zealand and the US says Business NZ Chief Executive Phil O'Reilly.

"In addition to seeking a free trade deal there are many others ways in which our relationship with the US can be advanced.

"Business-to-business dialogue will help the relationship enormously, especially given the non-partisan context of the Forum."

"It's a measure of the importance we place on the Forum that Business NZ's President and Chairman Stephen Collins will travel to Washington to help represent the interests of New Zealand enterprise."


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