Looking for Cloud Nine: Leveraging the benefits of digital trade for New Zealand

The flow of data across borders now drives more economic growth than the flow of goods – but digital trade regulation lags far behind the realities of international e-commerce and other activity “in the cloud”. New Zealand, along with 75 other WTO members, has agreed to negotiate new trade rules in this area.

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The (UK) Winter of our Discontent: Making sense of NZ-UK-EU trade and Brexit

A mere 64 days before the UK is due to leave the European Union, the UK-EU-NZ trade picture remains shrouded in the chill mists of confusion. During her visit to London this week, the Prime Minister announced two welcome new UK-NZ agreements on aspects of our trade relationship but it may not be enough.

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