New Zealand companies sign agreements in Shanghai

New Zealand Prime Minister Chris Hipkins wrapped up his first official trip to China on Friday. On the final day, he attended events to promote business-to-business partnerships between the two countries. Over 10 companies have signed agreements with Chinese enterprises, ranging from food and beverages to tourism and education. "Against the odds, bilateral trade between New Zealand and China has continued to grow during a very challenging time," said Hipkins. "This is testament to the strength of partnerships and connections between Chinese and New Zealand businesses." The event also saw a range of products make their Chinese debuts. New Zealand dairy brands Theland and Westland have partnered with Alibaba's e-commerce platforms Hema and T-mall for the global launch of their latest milk products, 4.0 Jersey Fresh Milk. New Zealand business representatives say the trip offers them many future opportunities.

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