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New Zealand's negotiations with the European Union on a free trade agreement are beginning to get tricky.
The European Union wants New Zealand to bring in a much stricter set of rules for Geographical Indicators (GIs) on food, says an intellectual property (IP) expert.
OPINION: Those of us who have been around for quite a few years will remember the unhappy and heady days when Britain joined the then EEC on the January 1, 1973.
New Zealand primary producers enter a new phase of uncertainty as Britain lurches its way out of the European Union.
The United Kingdom’s exit from the European Union on Friday and the beginning of trade negotiations between the two blocs removes come uncertainty for NZ’s meat industry.
NZ meat industry special envoy on Brexit, Jeff Grant attended the 88th National Ploughing Championships in Ireland, where discussions of Brexit was a common theme.
UK and Irish farmers are united in their concern about the way the Brexit negotiations are heading, with a no-deal looking a real possibility.