Eu-New Zealand Partnership Agreement On Relations And Cooperation

In view of the entry into force in 2009 of the Agreement on Scientific and Technological Cooperation between the European Community and the Government of New Zealand (5), the EU has signed a series of Treaty-level agreements governing political and economic relations with partner countries in its neighbourhood and other regions of the world over the past two decades. Below, we take stock of relations, starting with a discussion on political and diplomatic relations, before moving on to trade, investment, tourism and migration flows. In this context, we are also looking at the reasons and prospects for a bilateral free trade agreement (FTA). In our conclusions, in light of the proposed withdrawal of the United Kingdom (UK) from the EU (Brexit), we highlight promising areas of future cooperation between the EU and New Zealand. [1] While New Zealand`s relations with Australia and parts of Asia have developed considerably in recent decades, there is no doubt that the EU remains a key partner for New Zealand. Extensive trade, investment, tourism and migration relations continue to strengthen bilateral relations. Common values and interests also make New Zealand a respected partner of the EU – bilaterally, in the South Pacific regional context, where New Zealand is considered a full-fledged "middle power", and on the international stage. Relations between the EU and New Zealand have clearly moved beyond the "pure trade" phase. Nevertheless, the UK`s planned withdrawal from the EU will have a considerable impact on relations.

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