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Scoop Full Coverage: New Zealand-China FTA

Scoop Full Coverage: China NZ FTA Agreement

Trade Agreements: FTA Brings Chinese Workers To NZ

Prime Minister Helen Clark and Chinese counterpart, Premier Wen Jiabao, today witnessed the signing of the historic Free Trade Agreement between NZ and China in Beijing’s Great Hall of the People. NZ and China have also agreed to establish a working holiday scheme which will enable up to 1000 skilled young Chinese travellers to enter New Zealand. There will also be provision for up to 1,800 skilled Chinese workers to enter New Zealand on work permits each year. More >>


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The Free Trade Agreement (FTA) to be signed with China should lift economic performance and keep New Zealand at the forefront of moves towards freer trade in the Asia Pacific region, says the New Zealand International Business Forum (NZIBF). More >>

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