Spain New Zealand Trade Agreement

New Zealand and Spain are strong supporters of the rules-based multilateral trading system and regional trade liberalization. The social security agreement between New Zealand and Spain is unlikely to have a direct impact on Maori interests. The social security agreement will protect the social security rights of all New Zealanders, including Maori, who move between New Zealand and Spain. The social security agreement the seventh for equal treatment of all persons to whom the agreement applies. The social security agreement will help New Zealanders moving to Spain apply for and obtain New Zealand superannuation. The social security agreement will also allow people to use their residence in New Zealand to qualify for a Spanish pension. People who live in Spain for a period of time and then return to New Zealand can use contributions to the Spanish pension scheme to qualify for New Zealand superannuation. Spain will also grant New Zealanders, including Maori, the same rights under Spanish law that are covered by the agreement as Spanish citizens. Here is a list of free trade agreements involving New Zealand. In parentheses, the abbreviation, if any, accession, unless otherwise specified in advance, and the date of entry into force. In 1960, Spain signed an agreement with the OECD who were tasked with promoting measures to improve the economic development and social well-being of people around the world.

New Zealand negotiates bilateral and multilateral free trade agreements with the following blocs and countries: in 2017, total trade between New Zealand and Spain amounted to €372 million. [4] New Zealand exports to Spain include fruit, frozen fish and sheepmeat. New Zealand is a party to several Free Trade Agreements (SAAs) around the world. Negotiations are ongoing. It is hoped that the text of the agreement will be finalised by the end of 2021. New Zealand and Spain share many common interests and values, particularly in the areas of international peace and security and international trade. Expatriate teachers affiliated to MUFACE and their beneficiaries are insured by an agreement signed by this company with an insurance company. You can also choose New Zealand`s economy which is heavily dependent on international trade, mainly with Australia, the United States of America, China and Japan…

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