New Zealand and China’s Free Trade Agreement in the Dairy Sector

May 7, 2024

New Zealand stands as China’s leading dairy source, bolstered by advancements stemming from the 2008 free trade agreement. As of January 1, 2024, safeguard duties on milk powder have been lifted, signifying full liberalization in the dairy sector.
Tractus China Senior Research Analyst Miranda Dai delves into the future of domestic manufacturers post-liberalization in an interview with Channel News Asia.

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