7 Aug 2018

'Trade for All' will benefit women, Māori economy - David Parker

From Morning Report, 8:17 am on 7 August 2018

Protests against trade deals was one of the reasons cited by the Government yesterday for new public consultation. Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said opposition to the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement had raised concerns that trade deals were not always in the best interests of every New Zealander. The new Trade for All framework would help explore ways to spread the benefits more widely. To discuss the plan, Trade and Export Growth Minister David Parker talks to Guyon Espiner.