" The US, Japan and 10 other Pacific Rim economies have reached agreement to strike the largest trade pact seen anywhere in two decades, in what is a huge strategic and political win for US President Barack Obama and Japan's Shinzo Abe.
The Trans-Pacific Partnership covers some 40 per cent of the global economy and will create a new Pacific economic bloc with reduced trade barriers relating to the flow of everything from beef and dairy products to textiles and data as well as new standards and rules for investment, the environment and labor."
(Source: CNBC. view article here.)
Importing agricultural products into Mexico - Success and Opportunities
Corresponding with this historic event, ANZMEX is hosting an event on Wednesday 14th October. Items to be discussed include:
- An overview of the TPP trade deal and what that means for doing business in Mexico
- Javier Mata from Austeca and Javier Galindo from Grupo Agroindustrial Querencia who, in July 2015, successfully imported to Mexico by ship, 45,000 pregnant sheep and 3,200 breeding cattle from New Zealand. This was the largest ever shipment of breeding sheep to come out of NZ
- The story of Imalinx who, in June 2015, worked together with New Zealand company Zespri to negotiate the placement of one Zespri SunGold Kiwi in every happy meal in over 400 MacDonald's stores around Mexico
- A discussion on agribusiness trade between our countries
For more information and for registration, please see here