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NZ-China economic ties strong

Despite a global recession, economic relations between New Zealand and China remain strong, in part because of a free trade agreement signed a year ago between the two countries.

Ambassador witness to China's changes

New Zealand's Ambassador to China, Carl Worker, has seen firsthand how the country has changed in the last thirty years.

I want to see China succeed and do well, because that's good for China, and it's terribly good for New Zealand, and the region and the world.

I have enormous respect for China and the Chinese people for the achievement; it's important to China, but also important for the world, because China is more than a fifth of the world.

We are different countries, in many many ways… but the important thing which I think is consistent is that we handle on the basis of a lot of underline of good will and commitment to the future, and that's been the spirit, and it will continue to be the spirit.

-- New Zealand's Ambassador to China Carl Worker

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About the Ambassador

Carl Worker: New Zealand Ambassador to China

Carl Worker took up appointment as New Zealand Ambassador to China on 25 April 2009.

Congratulatory Messages
Ambassador of Greece to the People's Republic of China
Chinese people deserve praise for their achievementsFull

Greetings from US AmbassadorFull
Press & Communication Counsellor of Greek Embassy
Wishing peace and prosperity to the Chinese PeopleFull
Danish Ambassador
I would like to wish China and Chinese people all the best for the next 60 yearsFull
French Ambassador
Ambassador confident in future China-France tiesFull
New Zealand's Ambassador
Congratulations, Keep up the good Work! Full
Pakistani Ambassador
'60th anniversary an occasion for world celebration'Full
Mexican Ambassador
Amabassador hopes to join celebration for anniversary Full
Hungarian Ambassador
Wishes to ChinaFull
Italian Ambassador
Everyone should be proud of the achievementsFull
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