New Zealand PM visits China, pledges more cooperation and commitments

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New Zealand Prime Minister Chris Hipkins arrived in Beijing on Monday for a five-day visit to China, leading a trade delegation that includes some of the country’s biggest companies hoping for inking several agreements.

The relations between New Zealand and China are boosting and both countries willing to boost the cooperation in trade, investment and many other sectors.

Hipkins is expected to meet with Chinese President Xi Jinping and other senior officials to discuss bilateral relations and cooperation on trade, climate change, and regional issues.

Hipkins said his visit was an opportunity to reaffirm New Zealand’s commitment to a constructive and comprehensive relationship with China, its largest trading partner.

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