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The long-term strategy of closer ties with India

Delegation is about turning up and ‘showing we are willing to invest in that relationship’.

The size of India’s economy and its growth rate make it an attractive market to New Zealand.

Brent Edwards Tue, 22 Aug 2023

The prospects of a free trade deal with India might be some way off but it is not deterring New Zealand businesses from trying to strengthen the economic relationship.

A delegation of 50 business leaders is heading to India and meeting up in Delhi on Sunday for a week of talks aimed at potentially

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