The Herald reports:
A year ago today New Zealand’s free trade agreement with China came into effect.
The results so far show it to be a big success, says New Zealand Trade and Enterprise’s general manager for North Asia, Rod McKenzie.
New Zealand exports to China climbed to more than $3.3 billion in the year to June 30 – an increase of 61 per cent on the previous year.
Clark and Goff did very very well with the China FTA. I regard it as their finest foreign policy achievement, even though their own Foreign Minister campaigned against it.Tags: China, free trade agreement