Agricultural trade envoy Mike Petersen convinced "something will come out of TPP"

Edwin Mitson
Wed, 30 Nov 2016

By Edwin Mitson Nov. 30 (BusinessDesk) - New Zealand's special agricultural trade envoy, Mike Petersen, remains convinced that something will come out of the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade and investment agreement.  Speaking at the launch of New Zealand Horticulture's Barriers to our Export Trade 2016 report in Wellington, Petersen said: “I still actually am convinced that something will come out of TPP. The withdrawal of America actually offers the opportunity for that framework and some of the principles in that agreement to be transpo...

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