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Free trade agreements in force
In this section
The Pacific Agreement on Closer Economic Relations (PACER) Plus is a landmark agreement connecting the Pacific region through trade and development.
The NZ-Australia CER has created one of the most open trading relationships of any two countries.
A guide to New Zealand’s existing free trade agreement with ASEAN and Australia, and updates on the AANZFTA upgrade.
New Zealand was the first foreign country to sign a free trade agreement with Hong Kong.
The NZ-Malaysia FTA covers trade in goods and services, as well as investment, in one of our fastest expanding export markets.
Our exports to Thailand have almost doubled since this agreement came into force.
The Trans Pacific Strategic Economic Partnership is the first free trade agreement linking Asia, the Pacific and the Americas.
Negotiations finished in 2014 and the FTA entered into force on 20 December 2015.
A guide to our existing free trade agreement with China.
We have completed an upgrade of the NZ-Singapore CEP, which enters into force from January 1 2020.
The Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) is a free trade agreement involving 11 countries in the Pacific region.