Thailand-New Zealand Free Trade Agreement (Course)

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Syllabus of the Online Subject: Thailand-New Zealand Agreement for a Closer Economic Partnership.

  1. Introduction to the Thailand-New Zealand Agreement for a Closer Economic Partnership
  2. International Trade between Thailand and New Zealand

The eLearning Subject “Thailand-New Zealand Free Trade Agreement (FTA)” is part of the following Online Higher Education Programs taught by EENI Business School & HA University:
  1. Doctorates: Business in Asia, Global Trade
  2. Diploma: Business in ASEAN Markets
  3. Course: Business in Oceania
  4. Masters: International Business, Emerging Countries, Asia

The course materials are available in Master in International Business in English Study Master Doctorate Business in Spanish Nueva Zelanda-Tailandia Study, Master in International Business in French Nouvelle-Zelande Thailande.

Description of the Online Subject: Thailand-New Zealand Agreement for a Closer Economic Partnership.

The Free Trade Agreement (FTA) for a closer economic partnership between New Zealand and the Kingdom of Thailand entered into force in 2005.

  1. Customs duties (import and export) applicable to all New Zealander imports from Thailand were abolished in 2015, the Kingdom of Thailand will eliminate in 2025 the import tariffs and Quotas on all imports from New Zealand
  2. Upon entry into force of the New Zealand-Thailand Free Trade Agreement (FTA), 71% of foreign trade was free of import duties
  3. The Thailand-New Zealand Free Trade Agreement includes Foreign direct investment (FDI), access to international procurement markets and Foreign Trade Liberalisation in services




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Foreign Trade between Thailand and New Zealand.

  1. Bilateral trade Thailand-New Zealand represents 2.4% of international trade
  2. Thai exports to New Zealand are mainly manufactured goods (300 million dollars)


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