European Union (EU)-New Zealand free trade agreement

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 modern, high-quality agreement.
  • EU-NZ free trade agreement overview

    Your guide to what an EU-NZ FTA offers for New Zealand.

  • Benefits to New Zealand

    A progressive agreement will help exporters and consumers, while maintaining standards New Zealanders care about.

  • Key facts on EU-NZ trade

    The EU is New Zealand’s largest source of imports and is our fourth largest export market.

  • What we are negotiating

    Key elements include tariffs, border procedures, intellectual property, and more.

  • Māori interests

    A free trade agreement with the EU will benefit Māori businesses while protecting their rights.

  • Timeline for negotiations

    Eleven rounds of negotiations have been held since the formal launch of FTA negotiations in 2018

  • Share your views

    Join us at our upcoming events or get in touch to share your views on the EU-NZ free trade agreement.

  • Resources

    Information papers, OIA documents, statements, video and more.

  • EU-NZ negotiating rounds

    Check here to get updates on how EU-NZ negotiations are progressing.

  • Geographical indications

    We consulted on geographical indications for protection under the agreement. Find out more.

  • Brexit

    What does Brexit mean for the EU-NZ free trade agreement negotiations?


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