No surprise really: that’s the reaction of NZ’s agricultural trade envoy Mike Petersen to the rejection last week by the British Parliament of Theresa May’s Brexit proposal.
The executive director of the Dairy Companies Association of NZ (DCANZ), Kimberly Crewther, will fly to Europe in the next few days.
Dynamic gains in both the New Zealand and United Kingdom economies could be made if some trade barriers were freed up.
A senior official in the Republic of Ireland (Eire) Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade says his country is puzzled and saddened by Britain’s decision to leave the EU.
OPINION: If you're thinking of holidaying in Britain and love theatre, skip the theatres of London’s West End and head to the House of Commons at Westminster.
A proposed split to NZ dairy’s tariff rate quotas for Brexit is being viewed as unjustifiable and flawed.