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  • China remains strong export market for New Zealand despite COVID-19: statistics

    As New Zealand's top trade partner for the past four years, China accounted for approximately 23 percent of New Zealand's total trade in the year to March 2021, compared to 19 percent last year, the statistics department Stats NZ said on Wednesday.


  • New Zealand exports, imports down despite rebound in trade with China

    New Zealand's exports and imports were both down in February 2021 compared with the previous February, despite rebound in trade with China, the statistics department Stats NZ said on Wednesday.


  • What China-New Zealand free trade agreement upgrade means

    China and New Zealand signed a protocol upgrading their 12-year-old free trade agreement on Jan. 26, which will bring more benefits to the people of the two countries. 


  • World Insights: FTA upgrade with China applauded in New Zealand

    New Zealand's politicians, business people and consumers are welcoming the signing of a protocol to upgrade a free trade agreement (FTA) between their country and China earlier this month.


  • Artists blend Chinese, Western traditional music in concert in New Zealand

    New Zealand School of Music and the Confucius Institute of Victoria University of Wellington co-hosted a concert featuring a mixture of Chinese and Western music here on Thursday.


  • NEXT Summit (Sky 2020) held to promote global innovation, cooperation and sustainability

    The NEXT Summit (Sky 2020), co-hosted by NEXT Federation and China Economic Information Service (CEIS) of Xinhua News Agency, was held on Wednesday to commemorate the solidarity, courage and contribution of human beings in the fight against the COVID-19 pandemic and to promote global innovation, cooperation and sustainability.


  • China, New Zealand dairy businesses sign multi-million USD contracts

    Contracts valued at 1.22 billion yuan (about 180 million U.S. dollars) were signed Tuesday at the China-New Zealand dairy products business matchmaking conference and signing ceremony hosted by China Construction Bank Corporation (CCB) New Zealand Branch.


  • China appreciates New Zealand's remarks on mutual relations

    China appreciates the New Zealand government's positive remarks that it attaches importance to and is committed to developing relations with China, according to a foreign ministry spokesperson on Tuesday.


  • 3,500 imported bulls finish quarantine in China's Xiamen

    Truckloads of bulls imported from New Zealand on Tuesday were transported from Xiamen on east China coast to northwest Chinese regions after they finished a 45-day quarantine, according to local sources.


  • China remains New Zealand's top trade partner for 2019

    China was New Zealand's top trading partner in 2019, the statistics department Stats NZ said on Tuesday.


  • Chinese FM talks with New Zealand deputy PM over novel coronavirus epidemic

    Chinese State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi held a phone conversation with New Zealand Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Winston Peters on Saturday amid global efforts to tackle the novel coronavirus outbreak.


  • Chinese ambassador highlights China-New Zealand ties as "front-runner"

    Chinese Ambassador to New Zealand Wu Xi highlighted the bilateral relationship between the two countries as a "front runner" during her remarks delivered at the Chinese Lunar New Year reception held Tuesday in Wellington.


  • 2020 means more business opportunities between New Zealand, China after FTA upgrade: business leaders

    New Zealand business leaders and entrepreneurs at the "New Vision 2020 - China-NZ Entrepreneurs Conference" expressed optimistic expectations Monday towards bilateral trading and communication after upgrading the bilateral free trade agreement (FTA).


  • China, New Zealand join hands to promote agricultural services and products trade

    New Zealand Business Roundtable in China (NZBRiC) and China Chamber of Commerce of Import and Export of Foodstuffs, Native Produce and Animal By-Products (CFNA) signed a strategic cooperation agreement on building a China-New Zealand Food and Agricultural Products Trade Service Platform.


  • New Zealanders' awareness of China's Belt and Road Initiative is rising

    Awareness of China's Belt and Road Initiative among New Zealand population is rising, the latest Perceptions of Asia report released this month by Asia New Zealand Foundation showed.


  • Traditional Chinese medicine promotion kicks off in New Zealand

    A traditional Chinese medicine promotion kicked off here at the New Zealand Parliament Building on Thursday.


  • Interview: BRI brings new opportunities to bilateral trade between China and New Zealand

    The Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) brings new opportunities to bilateral investment and trade between China and New Zealand, said Peter Goodfellow, president of Global Presidium of NEXT Federation in an interview with Xinhua.


  • New Zealand trade minister to attend Belt and Road Forum

    New Zealand Minister for Trade and Export Growth David Parker announced Thursday that he will lead a delegation of business representatives to China next Monday to boost the economic relationship between China and New Zealand and attend the Belt and Road Forum.


  • New Zealand PM's China visit to promote ties, boost cooperation under BRI

    Jacinda Ardern has concluded her first official visit to China since becoming New Zealand's prime minister in October 2017, saying her country welcomes investment from Chinese enterprises and pledging to create a favorable business environment.


  • Spotlight: China-New Zealand tourism year expected to boost bilateral ties, understanding

    Livingstone told Xinhua before Saturday's unveiling of the China-New Zealand Year of Tourism that he never foresaw New Zealand tourism would be boosted to such a great extent by a country so different from


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