Here is a list of the free trade agreements that include New Zealand. In parentheses, the abbreviation, if any, membership, unless indicated in advance, and the date of entry into force. In 2003, a veterinary agreement to facilitate the trade in live animals and animal products (at the same time for the protection of human and animal health) came into force and was updated in 2015. Some trade agreements have provisions for trade mitigation measures. We are consulting with the Maori on free trade agreements. New Zealand is negotiating five free trade agreements, and another negotiation process is underway. A guide to New Zealand`s free trade agreement with ASEAN and Australia and AANZFTA updates. The New Zealand Free Trade Agreement (NZCFTA) came into force on 1 October 2008. NZ was the first OECD country to sign a comprehensive free trade agreement with China.
NZ also has bilateral trade agreements with Malaysia, Australia and Thailand. Distributors should consider the agreement that is most beneficial to their imported/exported products. For other questions about free trade agreements, E-Mailfirstname.lastname@example.org – we will endeavour to respond to emails within 48 hours. ANZTEC does not need a certificate of origin issued by a third party – the exporter can self-declare that the acquired property is original. An example of a statement and a certificate can be made here. The importer may choose by the exporter or manufacturer the form of proof of origin it is seeking, provided it contains all the necessary data elements. A guide is available to merchants if they wish. MFAT is leading negotiations on New Zealand`s Free Trade Agreement (FTA).
Free trade agreements open up market opportunities, streamline processes, reduce costs and create more security and security for companies operating abroad. They help New Zealand companies become more competitive and stay in overseas markets. ISPs analyse the potential economic, social, human rights and environmental implications of trade agreements negotiated by the European Union (EU). They are based on an in-depth analysis of the changes likely caused by the trade agreement in the EU, partner country and developing countries. It is equally important that stakeholders in the EU and partner country are consulted widely.