Acting PM Peters upbeat about progress on US trade, investment visas for Kiwis

Rebecca Howard
Tue, 24 Jul 2018

By Rebecca Howard July 24 (BusinessDesk) - Acting Prime Minister Winston Peters welcomed a green light from the US Congress making it easier for New Zealanders seeking to trade or invest in the world's biggest economy.  “The passage of this legislation through the US Congress is a major step and very much welcomed by the New Zealand government,” he said in a statement.  According to Peters, the proposed Knowledgeable Innovators and Worthy Investors Act - or Kiwi Act - would allow New Zealanders to apply for E-1 and E-2 trade and invest...

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