New Zealand wants stronger trade with Cebu
New Zealand wants stronger trade with Cebu in terms of dairy, technology and vegetables and fruits.
Sunstar reported that New Zealand Ambassador David Strachan expressed his government’s interest for increased trade during a meeting last week with Cebu Vice Gov. Agnes Magpale and Cebu City Mayor Tomas Osmena.
Strachan said New Zealand has been helping Cebu for three years in improving its dairy output through more than 20 focused farms.
He said his country is also bringing live cattle and providing technical expertise of strengthening Cebu’s dairy production.
New Zealand Trade Commissioner Hernando Banal reportedly said he wants to see more premium New Zealand food and beverage products in Cebu’s supermarket shelves.