Update on the progress of TiSA Trade Pact

David Brown made this Official Information request to Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade

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From: David Brown

Dear Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade,

Could we have an update of the progress of the TiSA and a complete list of the industries effected or covered by this agreement & when the next meetings are scheduled as well as a review of the meetings concluded so far and what New Zealands position has been in those & what we have agreed upon

Yours faithfully,

David Brown

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Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade


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