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    New Zealand and Japan have signed four new economic partnerships

    New Zealand and Japan have signed four new economic partnerships

    20 September 2019
    Chief political reporter Alex Mason says they cover bio-fuels, artificial intelligence, medical technologies, renewable energy and robotics.

    Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern who's in Tokyo, says these will help the transition to a clean economy - and generate jobs.

    She says Kiwi and Japanese innovators' work has the potential for significant global impact.

    Ardern say our two-way trade with Japan was valued at 8.8 billion dollars for the year ended June, and we have many long-term strategic partnerships.

    © 2019 Newstalk ZB, NZCity


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