Learn about the New Zealand Export Credit Office, and how they can provide support with your exporting journey.
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[Visual/audio: The words business.govt.nz presents are displayed against a blue background. Music continues.]
[Visual/audio: The screen then switches to displaying the title: Your journey to exporting with New Zealand Foreign Affairs & Trade, Manatu Aorere (logo) against a backdrop of a graphic depicting multi-coloured shipping containers. Music continues.]
Presenter begins to speak with music in the background.
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Presenter (audio): The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade or MFAT builds relationships at a high level with international trade partners to remove some of the regulatory barriers in other countries for New Zealand businesses exporting
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[Visual: The screen then fades into a man standing in a forest with high-vis clothing, swiping across on an ipad which shows the MFAT website]
Presenter (audio): They negotiate free trade agreements, work to lower tariff rates and provide insights into economic developments in offshore markets.
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Presenter (audio): MFAT has many resources available for businesses looking to export from New Zealand to the world.
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Presenter: Take advantage of their Market intelligence reports, tariff finder and export help desk where your export query will be sent to the government agency best able to answer it, there’s no wrong door.
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Presenter: For all this information and more is available on the MFAT website.
[Visual/audio: URL appears below the MPI logo, it says “MFAT dot govt dot nz slash exports]
Presenter (audio): Just go to MFAT dot govt dot nz slash exports
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