The NZ Inc China Strategy The NZ Inc China Strategy was launched by Prime Minister John Key in Auckland on Friday, 3 February 2012. It is the second in a series of strategies to deliver improved strategic planning, coordination, and efficiency among NZ Inc agencies.
The NZ Inc China Strategy sets ambitious trade and economic goals, and aims to improve our political relationships and people-to-people links, with government agencies and business working closely together.
To support the China Strategy, New Zealand Customs’ activities will include working with China Customs to streamline trade under the New Zealand-China Free Trade Agreement (FTA), and to help exporters to access information on border clearance processes in China.
You can read more about the NZ Inc China Strategy on the NZ Inc Strategies – China section of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade's website.
Information on the NZ Inc India Strategy, the first strategy introduced in late 2011, can also be found online. Strategies for the United States, Australia, and ASEAN (the Association of Southeast Asian Nations) are also underway. Strategies for the Middle East and the European Union are planned.