Closer business ties with Chinese Taipei welcomed

by | Oct 26, 2011 | Media Releases

The NZ International Business Forum has welcomed the prospect of closer economic and business ties with Chinese Taipei.

 

“Many New Zealand enterprises enjoy strong business relationships with partners in Chinese Taipei but these could be further deepened by new institutional arrangements as announced today in Taipei and Wellington” said NZIBF Chairman Sir Graeme Harrison.

 

“New Zealand business also is keen to expand and build on the significant free trade relationships we enjoy with China and Hong Kong. We look forward to watching with interest how these new arrangements in the region can be developed”.

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