Te Taumata is thrilled to announce it has entered an exciting new partnership with the Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business.
With the current geopolitics playing out around the world, including war in Europe and China exerting influence into the Pacific, it is crucial Aotearoa is negotiating international partnerships that open up new opportunities for Māori.
Changes are afoot across the world that will likely linger for years, if not generations, Te Taumata Chairman Chris Karamea Insley told government officials and Ministers Willie Jackson and Kelvin Davis today.
This third and final pānui in our NZ/UK FTA series looks at the benefits Māori have secured with the new free trade agreement.
Te Taumata regularly draws on the expertise of some of the top technical minds, not just in Aotearoa, but the world.
Te Taumata has an agreed work plan with the New Zealand Government to ensure Māori have a strong voice in every international trade agreement negotiated in 2022.