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Could New Zealand serve as an ‘honest broker’ to repair ties between China and the West?

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]Amid the fallout from protracted trade wars and political conflicts between China, the United States and its allies, there stands a bright outlier.Last week, the small nation of New Zealand managed to cut a fresh trade deal with China, expanding the breadth of its more than decade-old free-trade agreement and reducing tariffs on nearly all of its exports to China to zero.Some have even argued that New Zealand could use its friendly relations with Beijing to serve as a mediator to help ease…

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Amid the fallout from protracted trade wars and political conflicts between China, the United States and its allies, there stands a bright outlier.Last week, the small nation of New Zealand managed to cut a fresh trade deal with China, expanding the breadth of its more than decade-old free-trade agreement and reducing tariffs on nearly all of its exports to China to zero.Some have even argued that New Zealand could use its friendly relations with Beijing to serve as a mediator to help ease…

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