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Text of news release carried by New Zealand government website on 30 September
The New Zealand-China Free Trade Agreement (FTA) enters into force tomorrow, Trade Minister Phil Goff said.
"There has been a hugely positive response from New Zealand's business community to what the FTA with China - our third largest trading partner - offers. When the FTA was signed in Beijing in April 2008, government ministers were accompanied by 190 New Zealand business people," Phil Goff said.
"From tomorrow, 1 October, tariffs on 35 per cent of our exports to China will be set at zero and within five years two thirds of our exports will enter China tariff-free. By …