India - New Zealand Bilateral Economic and Trade Relationship dialogue
Updated: Sep 24
Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) in partnership with India New Zealand Business Council (INZBC) and with support from Indian High Commission in New Zealand and New Zealand High Commission in India is organising an exclusive Digital Conference on “India - New Zealand Bilateral Economic and Trade Relationship” .
On Wednesday, 02 Sep 2020 - 1530-1730 Hrs [NZT] | 0900-1100 Hrs [IST]
The India-New Zealand bilateral relationship have a longstanding, friendly and growing relationship.
India’s strong economy and large population make it a key partner in the
Indo-Pacific region, representing great potential for exports from New Zealand.
On the other hand, the report of the Trade for All Advisory Board released by
New Zealand in November 2019 focuses on enhancing New Zealand’s economic integration with the Asia-Pacific region, and economic connections to other regions, including through regional and bilateral FTAs as one of the key principles of the Trade For All.
Both sides have drawn up detailed strategies to enhance bilateral economic cooperation, there is a strong reason to believe that this is perhaps the ideal time to discuss concrete steps detailing the actions that are required by each country.
Mr David Pine, High Commissioner of New Zealand to India and
Mr Muktesh Pardeshi, High Commissioner of India to New Zealand,
will be giving their Special remarks.
The session would be attended by policymakers, industry representatives and think tanks.
Please register soon, as spots are limited. Click here to register.
This is a virtual conference and you shall be sent the link to attend, closer to the date.