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Te Taumata

❗️Over the past 12 months, we have hosted regional hui across Aotearoa. We have heard the call for action and urgency on trade that will lead to employment for our whānau.

Today we provided Minister Damien O’Connor with our comprehensive analysis on Identifying Māori Interests in a UK/NZ Free Trade Agreement (FTA).

Read our latest pānui to learn more about FTA's, why we commissioned the report and what the benefits of a UK/NZ FTA for Māori are.

A link to the report can also be found in the pānui ➡️ bit.ly/3y7N6VT
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❗️Over the past 12 months, we have hosted regional hui across Aotearoa. We have heard the call for action and urgency on trade that will lead to employment for our whānau.

Today we provided Minister Damien O’Connor with our comprehensive analysis on Identifying Māori Interests in a UK/NZ Free Trade Agreement (FTA).

Read our latest pānui to learn more about FTAs, why we commissioned the report and what the benefits of a UK/NZ FTA for Māori are.

A link to the report can also be found in the pānui  ➡️ https://bit.ly/3y7N6VT

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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