Trade

EU votes to reduce NZ export rights

The European Union's parliament has taken a decisive step towards unilaterally reducing New Zealand's rights to export specified quantities of tariff-free sheepmeat, beef and dairy products to the trading bloc if and when Brexit occurs.

The move has been slammed as "outrageous" by former trade negotiator Charles Finny in a Tweet and "disappointing" by the Dairy Companies Association of New Zealand. The Ministry of Fore

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