New Zealand willing to work with China on BRI project

AUCKLAND: New Zealand Is Willing To Work With China And Can Offer Its Expertise In Areas Such As Regulation And The Environment, Said Officials Of The Pacific Nation ' S Government On Monday.

The Investment Policy Defended By The Chinese President Xi Jinping Has Been Stuck In Controversy, With Some Partner Countries Regretting The High Cost Of Projects. But China's Recent Efforts To Give A Greener Look To Its Infrastructure Initiative Could Ease The Ties With Some Countries.

It Seems More Likely That We Can Find A Win-win Situation With China, Whether It's Greening Or Helping To Tackle Some Of The Problems ... Around Transparency Or That It Uses Our Regulatory Systems. , Belonging To The World's Best, New Zealand ' S Minister Of Commerce David Parker Said At A China-focused Business Summit.

Parker Traveled To Beijing In April For The Belt And Road Summit, To Which New Zealand Had Joined Russia And Four Developing Countries To Coordinate Standards For Countries Participating In The Project. New Zealand Could Be A Litmus Test On How Other Governments Respond To China's Trade And Investment Plan ' S. The Fact That We Took A Little Break While We Worked Out To Realize That Appointment Was Not A Bad Affair Because Belt And Road Has Really Evolved, P.M Jacinda Ardern Told The Top.

The Relationship Between China And New Zealand ' Was A Stumbling Block Over The Past Months Under The Government Of Ardern ' S.

New Zealand Has Criticized China's Lending To The Pacific And Has Rejected A Bid To Allow Huawei To Participate In The Country's Planned 5G Network. But Ardern Said That Disagreements Were Normal And That The Relationship With China Was One Of New Zealand ' S The Most Important Was.