NZ, Mexico Commit To Stronger Trade RelationshipThe New Zealand Government has committed to stronger relations with its largest goods trading partner in Latin America, Mexico.
A Statement of Intent was agreed to by representatives from both countries during a visit by the New Zealand Prime Minister John Key to Mexico. Commenting on the talks held with the new President, Enrique Pe̱a Nieto, Key said: 'President Pe̱a Nieto and I agreed the trade relationship between our two countries, while healthy, could be strengthened further.'
According to Key, the Statement of Intent 'will provide the framework for the New Zealand Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment to work with the newly created Mexican National Entrepreneurs Institute.' These organizations will be able to share information and carry out joint projects with a view to bolstering trade and investment.
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