Report: trade between New Zealand and China is highly complementary and diversified

Wellington, August 7 The New Zealand China relations promotion committee recently released a report saying that trade between New Zealand and China is highly interdependent and diversified. According to the report, trade between New Zealand and China is highly complementary and mutually beneficial. China’s market demand for New Zealand’s products is mainly concentrated in dairy meat products, fruits and wood, while New Zealand mainly imports rubber, metal, building materials and light industrial products from China, with some products imported from China. According to the report, < / P > < p > in the past ten years, the growth of New Zealand’s commodity exports was more than 60%, which was contributed by the Chinese market. In recent years, the bilateral trade has begun to diversify.