New Zealand ratifies regional trade pact RCEP -Breaking
WELLINGTON (Reuters] – New Zealand has ratified Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP), the minister of state in charge of trade and export growth stated on Wednesday.
Phil Twyford stated in a statement that “businesses will have the opportunity to benefit from RCEP’s opportunities starting early next year.”
RCEP is a trading agreement between 15 nations, which includes Australia, Japan and South Korea.
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