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Upgrade negotiations for the NZ-China FTA have been launched.
The NZ-Australia CER has created one of the most open trading relationships of any two countries.
The ASEAN Australia NZ FTA is the first comprehensive FTA signed by ASEAN and a major milestone for New Zealand trade.
New Zealand was the first foreign country to sign a free trade agreement with Hong Kong.
The NZ-Malaysia FTA covers trade in goods and services, as well as investment, in one of our fastest expanding export markets.
The NZ-Singapore CEP was one of our most swiftly created trade agreements, reflecting our like-mindedness and complementary economies.
Our exports to Thailand have almost doubled since this agreement came into force.
The Trans Pacific Strategic Economic Partnership is the first free trade agreement linking Asia, the Pacific and the Americas.
Negotiations finished in 2014 and the FTA entered into force on 20 December 2015.