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FULL COVERAGE: New Zealand At APEC 2004

FULL COVERAGE: New Zealand At APEC 2004

David Miller On The New APEC - This year’s APEC summit has been held at a time of uncertainty, division, tension and yet optimism for the organisation. It has commenced as members individually, or as part of smaller localised bloc, seek to promote different agendas, resolve tensions with rival governments or to re-assure allies of their support and friendship. See... David Miller Online: The Challenges for APEC

APEC: NZ & China Issue Joint Statement on FTA - The President of the People’s Republic of China Hu Jintao and Prime Minister of New Zealand Helen Clark today announced that China and New Zealand will commence negotiations on a Free Trade Agreement as soon as possible. See... New Zealand-China FTA negotiations: joint statement
- Prime Minister - NZ and China launch FTA negotiations
- Govt - Summary of the Joint China-New Zealand FTA Study
- Govt - Sutton delighted at progress towards China talks
- Greens - Donald Says Helen Clark Has Sold Out On Human Rights
- SEAFIC - NZ Seafood Industry Welcomes Prospect of China FTA
- TLN - Trade Network Welcomes APEC Developments
- China Trade Assn. - Business rewarded for securing trade with China
- CTU - Unions fear job losses from China trade deal
- Meat Industry - Meat Industry Welcomes China FTA Negotiations
- Fonterra - Fonterra Welcomes Trade Talks
- NZ - PM's Address at CEO APEC Summit in Chile & Clark / Lagos talks strengthen ties
- USA - APEC Members Reaffirm Commitment to Bogor Goals & US Committed to Advancing Doha Trade Talks - USTR

.. But The Opposition Wants A Deal With The US - Prime Minister Helen Clark is dreaming if she thinks New Zealand is any closer to a free trade agreement with the United States, ACT New Zealand Foreign Affairs and Trade Spokesman Ken Shirley said today. See... Actions Speak Louder Than Words, PM
- National - No progress for NZ in US FTA
- National - NZ benefits from AUSFTA a smokescreen

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