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New Zealand PM in Australia to boost trade ties
New Zealand PM in Australia to boost trade ties

Sydney, July 7 (TIWN) New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern on Thursday attended the Australia-New Zealand Leadership Forum (ANZLF) in Sydney to boost trade ties between the two countries.

Topics discussed on the form include reconnecting through travel and tourism, trans-Tasman innovation opportunities, labor shortages and the future of work, economic growth challenges post-COVID-19 and climate change collaboration. Australia is New Zealand’s second-largest trading partner after China, with two-way trade accounting for over 22 billion NZ dollars (13.6 billion U.S. dollars) in the year to December 2021, statistics show. Usually held around every 18 months, the forum last took place in 2019 in Auckland before COVID-19.

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