China trade: over-exposed or cashing in?

Andy Fyers
Thu, 28 Apr 2022

China trade: over-exposed or cashing in?
One third of all New Zealand's goods exports end up in China. (Image: Deposit Photos)
Andy Fyers
Thu, 28 Apr 2022
New Zealand has never been more exposed to China as a market for our goods, but we may have more of a buffer against the impacts of a trade disruption than many appreciate.That's according to a report from the New Zealand China Council released today.In the event of trade disruption with China, those goods on which China relies on NZ for supply could still flow, while other goods which are more easily replaced by China or less essential could be redirected to other export markets, the council said.Therefore, opening up new export markets th...

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