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EU-NZ Free Trade Agreement - Chief Negotiators' talk


Wed 10 Oct 2018, 12:30pm–2:00pm

Where: Terrace Conference Centre, Level 3, 114 The Terrace, Wellington

Restrictions: All Ages

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  • General Admission: Free
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EU-NZ Free Trade Agreement

New Zealand is hosting the second round of negotiations for an EU-NZ free trade agreement in October. During the negotiations we will be holding a public session with the Chief Negotiators on Wednesday 10 October at 12.30-2pm in Wellington.

Come along to this free event to hear about the EU-NZ free trade agreement negotiations directly from the New Zealand and EU Chief Negotiators. There will be plenty of time for questions and answers. Register now!

At the event you will be able to:
- Find out more about progress and next steps in negotiations for an EU-NZ free trade agreement
- Discuss what this agreement will mean for New Zealanders
- Ask questions, share your views, and hear what others are thinking

Don’t miss this opportunity to find out about our free trade agreement with the EU and put your questions directly to the people who negotiate them. Registration essential.

Background to the EU-NZ FTA negotiations:
New Zealand is negotiating a free trade agreement with the European Union, one of the world's largest trading entities. We're aiming for a high-quality progressive agreement that delivers for exporters while also protecting our environment, ensuring better living conditions for New Zealanders, and sustainable and inclusive economic growth.

Negotiations between the EU and New Zealand were formally launched in June when EU Trade Commissioner Cecilia Malmstrom visited Wellington. The first round of negotiations was held in Brussels in July.

You can read more about the negotiations, including a summary of the outcome of round one negotiations, on our website.

For information on more of our planned public engagement on trade, please visit our website.

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