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Monday, January 22, 2018
 New Zealand Wants Dairy Included in Trans-Pacific Partnership  

By Pattrick Smellie

New Zealand won't sign up to the Trans-Pacific Partnership free trade deal unless it includes an agreement to progressively abolish tariffs on agricultural products exported to North America, says Prime Minister John Key.

Mr Key gave no detail of New Zealand's negotiating position at his Monday post-Cabinet press conference in Wellington, but said New Zealand was "not prepared to see dairy excluded" from the deal.

Canada and the US impose high tariffs - as high as 300 percent in some cases in Canada - along with small quotas for total imports, and American dairy farmers have lobbied vigorously against opening their market up to competition from Fonterra, which they paint as monopolistic and anti-competitive.

"For New Zealand to do a deal, it has to be a deal on our terms," said Mr Key, who met with TPP countries' leaders, including re-elected US President Barack Obama, on the fringes of last week's East Asian economic summit, where a new commitment was made to conclude TPP negotiations in 2013.

New Zealand was a prime mover in establishing the TPP initiative in 2007, which the US later joined, and which has become a priority for the Obama administration as it seeks to engage more deeply with the Asian region and to stimulate its own economy.

"President Obama is deadly serious about wanting to do a deal," said Mr Key. "He believes he can get a deal done."

But New Zealand could not sign up to a deal that excluded dairy exports, the country's largest industry.

Opponents of the TPP are conducting briefings in Wellington and Auckland this week, in concert with the Green Party.

Source: NZN

http://www.3news.co.nz/No-TPP-deal-without-dairy-and-Pharmac/tabid/421/articleID/278193/Default.aspx
 


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