from The BRICS Post:
China and New Zealand have announced a new trade target of $27 billion by 2020 during Xi Jinping’s visit to the country on Thursday.
Earlier on Thursday, Xi was greeted with a traditional Maori welcoming ceremony upon his arrival at Government House in Wellington, followed by an official one.
“Worries that New Zealand does not have a market for its products in China are totally unnecessary. On the contrary, possibly New Zealand will have to worry about the fact that there is more Chinese demand than you can possibly supply,” Xi was quoted by Radio New Zealand.
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