This morning at Bill Richardson Transport World Export Southland hosted Ali Hamilton, Lead Adviser and John Riley, Unit Manager, Trade Policy Engagement Unit from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade. We heard about the latest on the EU - NZ free trade agreement and where negotiations were at. Thank you to Geoff Finnerty, Chair and Trustee, Export Southland, who MC the event.
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