Cabinet paper proposing a refreshed New Zealand approach to the Pacific Islands region.
Media & resources
Management response for evaluation of the partnership fund for international development
This report synthesises the research findings. The full research findings are contained in three Working Papers. This synthesis is organised by the three research questions, enabling readers to navigate to the question(s) of most interest and to review the corresponding Working Paper for further detail
The National Interest Analysis (NIA) assesses the CPTPP from the perspective of its impact on New Zealand and New Zealanders. It includes economic modelling to quantify the costs and benefits.
Review was undertaken for UNICEF. Assessed whether the Activity had achieved what it had intended to do and provide an understanding of what worked well to inform scale up and replication of successful elements.
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.
Ross Sea Marine Protection poster. We're protecting the Ross Sea Region
Explanatory statement of amendments to the New Zealand Strategic Goods List, 2017.
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.
The National Interest Analysis assesses the Pacific Agreement on Closer Economic Relations (PACER) Plus from the perspective of its impact on New Zealand and New Zealanders.
Pacific Agreement on Closer Economic Relations Plus - tariff commitments for Vanuatu.
Pacific Agreement on Closer Economic Relations Plus - tariff commitments for the Cook Islands