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UK-New Zealand trade negotiations

Inquiry

The Government has made agreeing a comprehensive free trade agreement (“FTA”) with New Zealand an early priority. The Government began its first round of trade negotiations with New Zealand on 13 July 2020.

A trade deal with New Zealand would be one of the first major trade agreements pursued by a post-Brexit UK. This inquiry will focus on the Government’s aims and objectives, the progress of negotiations, and the possible impacts of a final deal for people and businesses across the UK. It is not yet known when the talks will conclude, but this inquiry will run for the duration of those talks.

Reports, special reports and government responses

No reports or special reports published.

Oral evidence transcripts

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18 November 2020
Inquiry UK-New Zealand trade negotiations
Witnesses Bede Corry (High Commissioner of New Zealand to the United Kingdom at New Zealand High Commission), David Evans (Deputy High Commissioner of New Zealand to the United Kingdom at New Zealand High Commission), Deighton Conder (First Secretary (Trade and Economics) at New Zealand High Commission), and Chris Kebbell (Counsellor (Primary Industries) at New Zealand High Commission)
Committees International Agreements Committee
Oral Evidence
NZT0023 - UK-New Zealand trade negotiations
Witnesses techUK
Committees International Agreements Committee
Written Evidence
NZT0021 - UK-New Zealand trade negotiations
Witnesses Transparency International UK
Committees International Agreements Committee
Written Evidence
NZT0019 - UK-New Zealand trade negotiations
Witnesses Pact
Committees International Agreements Committee
Written Evidence

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