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Browning of New Zealand Parliament

Te Taumata – a business network focused on better trade outcomes for Māori – welcomes the return of a Labour-led Government, with a possible coalition with the Greens and Māori Party following the election.

This will ensure essential continuity and progress in global trade negotiations, started in the last 12 months, to advance the interests of whānau and business exporters, says Te Taumata Chair, Chris Karamea Insley.

“While special votes obviously still need to be confirmed, it is incredibly encouraging to see up to 35 Māori MPs in Parliament as a result of this election, and especially refreshing to see young MPs coming in with their drive, energy and new ideas to tackle the big issues confronting whanau, our nation and the planet.

#maori #trade #JacindaArdern #COVID19

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Browning of New Zealand Parliament
 
Te Taumata – a business network focused on better trade outcomes for Māori – welcomes the return of a Labour-led Government, with a possible coalition with the Greens and Māori Party following the election. 

This will ensure essential continuity and progress in global trade negotiations, started in the last 12 months, to advance the interests of whānau and business exporters, says Te Taumata Chair, Chris Karamea Insley.

“While special votes obviously still need to be confirmed, it is incredibly encouraging to see up to 35 Māori MPs in Parliament as a result of this election, and especially refreshing to see young MPs coming in with their drive, energy and new ideas to tackle the big issues confronting whanau, our nation and the planet.

#maori #trade #JacindaArdern #COVID19

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Māori AND TRADE

One-in-four whānau jobs are directly related to international trade.

Covid-19 has triggered unprecedented change where one-in-four whānau jobs are now at risk.

Māori businesses will play a significant role in post-lockdown recovery, employing whānau to produce products and services to be traded again with other countries.

It is through hard work and knowledge that we will achieve.

Mā te kaha o te mahi i roto i te mātauranga, ka whakawhiwhia.

– Danny Poihipi (Te Whanau a Apanui)

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