TRADE FOR ALL: New Zealand new approach to trade policy

Club de Industriales

Cost for members 200 MX

Cost for non members 200 MX


COMEXI and New Zealand Foreign Affairs and Trade extend an invitation to all ANZMEX members to attend the following event: 
In Mexico a new administration with a progressive agenda takes office from December. Some are wondering what it will mean for Mexico’s trade policy. In New Zealand a new government with a progressive economic and social agenda took office in October and immediately announced changes in its trade agenda.

The Trade for All programme emphasises inclusive growth, poverty reduction, labour rights and job creation, indigenous development and gender equity. New Zealand trade minister David Parker believes trade negotiations can be used to help tackle both inequality and climate change. He has also made big changes in New Zealand policy on such issues as investor-state dispute clauses in trade agreements.

On 24 July, Luis de la Calle interviews David Parker at Club de Industriales on the thinking behind Trade for All and the results to date.

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