Press Release – New Zealand Government Trade Minister Todd McClay has welcomed the Waitangi Tribunals Report on the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) Agreement which found no breach of the Treaty of Waitangi.
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Speech – New Zealand Government Good afternoon. Its a pleasure to be here today to discuss New Zealands place in the world, which is always the focus of much debate.
Press Release – New Zealand Government Trade Minister Todd McClay confirmed today New Zealand will host the 13th round of the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) trade negotiation in Auckland from 12-18 June 2016.
Speech – New Zealand Government Its a pleasure to be here today to talk to you about trade. I do so at an interesting time, for the prevailing consensus in New Zealand on trade is subject to more debate than it has been for many years.
Speech – New Zealand Government Budget 2016 Pre-Budget Speech to Business New Zealand event Wellington Wednesday, 13 April 2016 Its good to be back here for my annual pre-Budget speech and I want to thank Business New Zealand for hosting me once again. This years Budget will …
Press Release – New Zealand Government Small Business Minister Craig Foss says changing the provisional tax system is yet another way the Government is helping small businesses grow and thrive.
Press Release – New Zealand Government New Zealands 1.5 billion-dollar wine industry will gain duty-free access into seven new countries under the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP). Trade Minister Todd McClay, on a visit to Marlborough to discuss TPP, told exporters that the regions …
Press Release – New Zealand Government The benefits to New Zealands fishing and seafood industry will be very significant once all tariffs are eliminated under the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP).
Press Release – New Zealand Government The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) agreement eliminates all tariffs on beef into our biggest market, the United States, within five years of coming into force.
Press Release – New Zealand Government Prime Minister John Key will spend the next two days in Washington meeting with key economic and trade leaders.