Hipkins: NZ-China relationship needs 'careful management'

Hipkins: NZ-China relationship needs 'careful management'
Prime minister Chris Hipkins speaks at the summit. (Image: BusinessDesk)
Riley Kennedy
Prime minister Chris Hipkins says New Zealand’s relationship with China going into the future will require “careful” management – in the context of an increasingly complex global environment.The PM made the comments in his key note speech at the China Business Summit in Auckland on Monday morning.Late last month, Hipkins, alongside trade minister Damien O’Connor, led a delegation to China – NZ’s first in a post-covid environment.China is NZ’s largest trading partner, contributing more than $4...

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