What we are negotiating
We are aiming for a modern, high-quality and comprehensive free trade agreement with the European Union.
This paper outlines New Zealand's overall objectives for the EU-NZ FTA, including brief information on each area we are negotiating.
Summary objectives [PDF, 201 KB]
These papers provide more detailed information on New Zealand's and the EU's approach to the different areas in the negotiations.
Goods [PDF, 76 KB]
Rules of origin [PDF, 66 KB]
Customs [PDF, 160 KB]
Technical barriers to trade [PDF, 72 KB]
Trade remedies [PDF, 81 KB]
Sanitary and phytosanitary measures [PDF, 161 KB]
Services [PDF, 73 KB]
Investment [PDF, 176 KB]
E-commerce [PDF, 87 KB]
Intellectual property [PDF, 178 KB]
Government procurement [PDF, 81 KB]
Good regulatory practice / Regulatory cooperation [PDF, 80 KB]
Competition policy [PDF, 97 KB]
State-owned enterprises [PDF, 101 KB]
Subsidies [PDF, 69 KB]
Trade and sustainable development [PDF, 99 KB]
Legal and institutional issues [PDF, 180 KB]
Maori interests [PDF, 54 KB]
Other Trade for All issues [PDF, 98 KB]
The document below provides answers to some of the most common questions about the EU-NZ FTA.
EU-NZ FTA Q&A [PDF, 165 KB]
If you have any other questions about the agreement or the negotiations please contact us at: