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Agriculture is the challenge to New Zealand in its quest to achieve a quality comprehensive free trade agreement (FTA) with the European Union (EU).
Britain has taken its first formal step to negotiate a post-Brexit free trade agreement with New Zealand, Australia and the US.
A 50% increase in trade, higher wages for New Zealanders and cuts in tariffs to benefit our producers.
The EU has done a lot of pre-planning for the start of FTA negotiations, says the EU ambassador to NZ.
New Zealand is keeping pressure on the EU as formal talks to set an agenda for negotiating a free trade agreement are a few weeks away.
Dairy products will be high on the agenda when New Zealand and the European Union begin formal negotiations next month on a free trade agreement (FTA).
There is no good reason why New Zealand should not get a free trade agreement with the European Union (EU), says Trade Minister David Parker.
Trade Minister Todd McClay is confident the European Union and New Zealand will begin negotiating a free trade agreement by the end of the year.