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China and New Zealand Signed Agreements to Boost Trade

Published on June 28, 2023
Current Context: China and New Zealand have signed a range of cooperative agreements to boost trade and economic ties between the two countries, in Beijing on June 28, 2023.
China and New Zealand Signed Agreements to Boost Trade
  • The agreements cover areas such as food security, agriculture, customs facilitation, e-commerce, trade in services, green economy, new energy vehicles, science and innovation, forestry and education.
  • New Zealand also backed China’s participation in the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) and the Digital Economy Partnership Agreement (DEPA) during Prime Minister Chris Hipkins’ visit.
  • China and New Zealand already have a free trade agreement (FTA) that was signed in April 2008 and entered into force in October 2008. The FTA was upgraded in January 2020 to include new provisions on e-commerce, environment, government procurement and trade facilitation.

Question:

Q.1 Which of these areas is not covered by the cooperative agreements signed by China and New Zealand on June 28, 2023?
a. Food security
b. Forestry
c. Health care
d. New energy
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