The Ministry’s briefing to the incoming Minister for Trade and Export (Growth) outlines the role and responsibilities of the Minister as well as the Ministry.
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The Ministry’s briefing to the incoming Minister for Climate Change (International) outlines the role and responsibilities of the Minister as well as the Ministry.
Briefing for incoming Minister of Foreign Affairs [PDF, 8.1 MB]
The Ministry’s briefing to the incoming Minister of Foreign Affairs outlines the role and responsibilities of the Minister as well as the Ministry.
Ross Sea MPA Poster [PDF, 2.1 MB]
Ross Sea Marine Protection poster. We're protecting the Ross Sea Region
Joint Statement by the Secretary for International Trade of the United Kingdom, and the Minister for Trade and Export Growth of New Zealand [PDF, 260 KB]
As the UK prepares to leave the EU, we are committed to working together in new areas of mutual interest as the UK develops policies and positions on issues such as agriculture and customs, including through practical cooperation and the exchange of information and expertise.
The Prime Minister of New Zealand, Rt Hon Jacinda Ardern, represented New Zealand at the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) Leaders’ Summit, held on 14 November 2017 in Manila, the Philippines, in the margins of the ASEAN Summit and East Asia Summit meetings. This was the first RCEP Leaders’ Summit to be held since the launch of RCEP negotiations in November 2012.
Changes to New Zealand Strategic Goods List 2017 [PDF, 217 KB]
Explanatory statement of amendments to the New Zealand Strategic Goods List, 2017.
New Zealand Strategic Goods List October 2017 [PDF, 1.7 MB]
The New Zealand Strategic Goods List, October 2017. Implemented by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade.
Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership Round 20 [PDF, 44 KB]
The Meeting recalled decisions from the 5th RCEP Ministerial Meeting in September 2017: in particular, to make utmost effort to achieve significant outcomes from the negotiations by the end of 2017 to bring the negotiation closer to its successful conclusion. While welcoming some progress in text negotiations at this Round, the Meeting observed that progress across all areas had remained uneven.
Understanding China's cybersecurity law [PDF, 763 KB]
China cybersecurity law came into effect on 1 June 2017. Find out how this law may relate to New Zealand businesses.