A new “mini” trade deal between the US and Japan means New Zealand exports will face increased competition from the US in Japan.
Trade Working Blog
We are now less than two months out from the Brexit deadline. New Zealand has agreed on some useful regulatory continuity with the UK for the post-Brexit era, but things are far from clear.
The trade war is unravelling and creating a chaotic global trade environment. That is not good news for New Zealand.
Two and a half cheers for RCEP! Is it still possible to conclude big new trade agreements? Ministers will meet in Beijing on this little known but very important trade deal. Read more here…
Why does China matter to New Zealand? Stephen Jacobi explains more about the importance and complexity of continuing to build a strong relationship with China, our largest trading partner.
Senior Asia-Pacific business representatives, meeting in the APEC Business Advisory Council under Chile’s dynamic leadership this year, are committed to achieving inclusive and sustainable growth. The digital economy is clearly going to be a key enabler, and...
The Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) is a proposed free trade agreement (FTA) between the ten member states of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN). Fiona Cooper explains more here.
Steph Honey explains the current state of Brexit, what the roadblocks are and what New Zealand businesses should be prepared for.
Agriculture has always been the poor cousin of global trade – only coming under the umbrella of WTO rules forty years after industrial goods, and even now still blighted by protectionism. Its fate in the trade war is no exception, with disruption to global...
In this video, Stephen Jacobi, Executive Director, shares a little more about TradeWorks.