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AJ Park
The New Zealand Government is negotiating a free trade deal with the EU. As part of the agreement, New Zealand has been asked to recognise geographical indications protected in the EU.
Chapman Tripp
MFAT has opened consultations on a post-Brexit FTA with the UK, the EU/NZ negotiations and WTO e-commerce negotiations.
Chapman Tripp
Trends and insights regarding international trade. Article includes a link to a more in depth discussion about the same.
Chapman Tripp
The benefit to NZ exporters will be immediate, particularly in countries where NZ has not had a free trade agreement.
Chapman Tripp
The US, Mexico and Canada have signed USMCA, a 'new' agreement to replace the North America Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA).
Chapman Tripp
This Brief Counsel summarises the NZ Steel decision and looks at implications for New Zealand's trade remedies regime.
Duncan Cotterill
This update contains more detail on how the changes will impact on the forestry sector.
Duncan Cotterill
How the new OIO laws will impact the forestry sector.
Duncan Cotterill
New OIO laws bring changes for residential land, forestry and horticulture.
Chapman Tripp
Australia's decision to control packaging of tobacco products has survived a challenge to the World Trade Organisation.
Chapman Tripp
New Zealand's negotiators have to navigate some stumbling blocks, but the prize is worth the journey for NZ exporters.
Chapman Tripp
Inevitably the US decision to re-impose US nuclear-related sanctions on Iran will have repercussions in NZ. .
Herbert Smith Freehills
New Zealand has recently signed "side letters" to exclude compulsory Investor State Dispute Settlement with five members of the CPTPP – Brunei Darussalam, Malaysia, Peru, Viet Nam and Australia.
Chapman Tripp
Article provides an overview of the various reforms to the overseas investment regime. .
Chapman Tripp
NZ exporters should plan for the new CPTPP and make the most of the opportunities afforded by preferential market access.
Chapman Tripp
If CPTPP comes into force, exporters should consider planning to ensure the smooth operation of all global supply chains.
Cavell Leitch
New NZ government has quite expressed an intention to implement tighter restrictions on overseas buyers. .
Chapman Tripp
It is likely that the Comprehensive and Progressive Trans-Pacific Partnership will be finalised and signed in early 2018.
Chapman Tripp
There are deviations in policy relating to New Zealand's participation in the TPP11 – the Trans-Pacific Partnership.
Chapman Tripp
Although the media focus may be on the Trans-Pacific Partnership, there is a lot else going on in the global trade area.
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Chapman Tripp
The US, Mexico and Canada have signed USMCA, a 'new' agreement to replace the North America Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA).
Duncan Cotterill
This update contains more detail on how the changes will impact on the forestry sector.
Herbert Smith Freehills
New Zealand has recently signed "side letters" to exclude compulsory Investor State Dispute Settlement with five members of the CPTPP – Brunei Darussalam, Malaysia, Peru, Viet Nam and Australia.
AJ Park
The New Zealand Government is negotiating a free trade deal with the EU. As part of the agreement, New Zealand has been asked to recognise geographical indications protected in the EU.
Chapman Tripp
Trends and insights regarding international trade. Article includes a link to a more in depth discussion about the same.
Chapman Tripp
MFAT has opened consultations on a post-Brexit FTA with the UK, the EU/NZ negotiations and WTO e-commerce negotiations.
Duncan Cotterill
How the new OIO laws will impact the forestry sector.
Chapman Tripp
New Zealand's negotiators have to navigate some stumbling blocks, but the prize is worth the journey for NZ exporters.
Chapman Tripp
This Brief Counsel summarises the NZ Steel decision and looks at implications for New Zealand's trade remedies regime.
Chapman Tripp
Inevitably the US decision to re-impose US nuclear-related sanctions on Iran will have repercussions in NZ. .
Chapman Tripp
Australia's decision to control packaging of tobacco products has survived a challenge to the World Trade Organisation.
Duncan Cotterill
New OIO laws bring changes for residential land, forestry and horticulture.
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