China and New Zealand will expand their sharing of agriculture expertise and knowledge under a new bilateral agreement signed Wednesday [24 April 2013]. New Zealand Minister for Primary Industries Nathan Guy and visiting Chinese Minister of Agriculture Han Changfu signed the Strategic Plan on Promoting Agricultural Cooperation in Wellington. “This is an important agreement which will encourage cooperation and the sharing of knowledge to benefit both countries,” Guy said in a statement…Full-text article: China Daily Apr 2013

Key point

  • Since 2008, when China and New Zealand signed bilateral free trade agreement, New Zealand exports to China have tripled from US$1.69 billion to US$5.88 billion (2012)

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