Potential for NZ primary industries in India - Key

By Heta Gardiner

Kei te whakarite te Pirimia a John Key ki te hui tahi ki te taha o te Pirimia o Inia, ā he whakaetanga tauhokohoko motuhake te kaupapa. E ai ki te tiamana o FOMA a Traci Houpapa he whakaaetanga ka whai hua nui ai te Māōri, ēngari ka aro atu rānei a Īnia?

I roa i takamuri te haere mai, ēngari kua tau te Pirimia me tana kāhui pakihi ki Inia. Me te wāriu nui o ngā kōrerorero kei mua i te aroaro.

Ko te whakatakoto whakaetanga tauhokohoko motuhake kei te mata o ngā whakaaro o te Pirimia, i tana whakarite ki te tūtaki atu ki a Pirimia Modi. I tēnei wā he uaua ka tāea ngā mahi tauhokohoko ki a Inia, nā te taumaha o ngā here ki taua whenua. Ki te wetekina aua here rā, ko tā te Pirimia he hua ka māturuturu mai mō te Māori.

Hei tā Key, “ Some of our really core areas which is food and beverage which is absolutely true for the Māori economy, they are involved very heavily in the primary industries those are areas that are not that well represented in India so you can see the potential.”

Ko te Tāhuhu Rangapū o FOMA a Traci Haupapa tētahi o te kāhui pakihi o te Pirimia, e whakae ana ia ki ngā tini rekareka kei roto o Inia mō te Māori.

“The conversations being led by our PM with India will prove over time great value in the market for Māori and New Zealand. The figures show around 1 - 2 trillion dollars of unmet market need. “

Ahakoa te hiahia o te ngākau, he mahi nui kei mua i te aroaro o John Key.

“They are in the same position in terms of not signing a FTA with the EU, Australia, the EU and also the United States,” hei tā Key.

Ka kōpanitia te torotoro atu ki Inia ā te Pirimia hei te Pōpare. 

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