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16:25, October 15, 2012

"As our largest supplier and our second largest export market, our trade relationship with China is important. New Zealand Customs has an excellent working relationship with China Customs and we appreciate their willingness to work cooperatively with us on issues specific to New Zealand's trade," Williamson said.

In the year to July, New Zealand exports to China grew more than 10 percent from 5.6 billion to 6.2 billion NZ dollars (4.55 billion to 5.05 billion U.S. dollars) and imports from China grew about 9 percent from 6.7 billion to 7.3 billion NZ dollars.

This year is the fourth anniversary of the New Zealand-China Free Trade Agreement, and the 40th anniversary of diplomatic relations between the two countries.

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