30 Oct: New Zealand and the United Kingdom have much to gain from a free-trade agreement to be negotiated after Britain has left the European Union, British High Commissioner Jonathan Sinclair told the Otago Daily Times that a free-trade agreement would benefit both economies.says.
The next four or five years should be used by the two countries to strengthen their already close relationships, he said.
Mr Sinclair visited Dunedin on Friday as part of his farewell process. He leaves for London on December 9 after spending three and a-half years in New Zealand as High Commissioner.
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