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Ambassador Wu Xi visits Chinese companies in New Zealand
2019/05/21

On May 21, Ambassador Wu Xi visited some Chinese companies in Auckland, including Bank of China (New Zealand) Limited, and held a discussion with their executives.

Ambassador Wu noted that China-New Zealand relations have long been at the forefront of China’s relations with developed countries, creating favorable conditions for economic and trade cooperation between the two countries. In early April this year, New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern paid a successful visit to China . During her visit, the two leaders reached broad consensus on further advancing the China-New Zealand Comprehensive Strategic Partnership, giving a clear direction for the development of bilateral relations. Economic and trade cooperation is the most dynamic part of bilateral collaboration between China and New Zealand. It is also the bedrock and propeller of bilateral relations. Ambassador Wu hopes that Chinese companies in New Zealand would work closer with local enterprises, actively facilitate cooperation between China and New Zealand under the Belt and Road Initiative,and make further contributions to the development of China-New Zealand relationship.

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