Political interference claims unlikely to derail NZ-China relations: Fitch

Jenny Ruth
Fri, 23 Nov 2018

By Jenny Ruth Nov. 23 (BusinessDesk) - Political and economic ties between New Zealand and China will remain close despite concerns about alleged political interference by China, according to the macro research arm of Fitch Ratings. ​“Although concerns have mounted since October over a political donation made to New Zealand’s opposition National Party by a Chinese businessman believed to possess close ties to the Communist Party of China, we expect New Zealand and China to maintain friendly relations over the longer term,” Fitch Solutions...

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