NZ dairy optimistic about free trade with Thailand

August 2005
Dairy Industries International;Aug2005, Vol. 70 Issue 8, p8
Trade Publication
Reports on the Dairy Companies Association of New Zealand's (DCANZ) disclosure that New Zealand dairy exports producers reacted positively to news of the implementation of the Closer Economic Partnership (CEP) with Thailand. Duty savings on whole milk powder and infant powders as of July 1, 2005; Importance of powders as dairy product export.


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