Hon Todd McClay

MP for Rotorua

In the National-led Government, Rotorua MP Hon Todd McClay is Minister of Trade, Minister for State Owned Enterprises, and Associate Minister of Foreign Affairs.

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Trade Minister Todd McClay will meet Brunei’s Second Minister of Foreign Affairs and Trade tomorrow. The Minister, Pehin Lim Jock Seng is visiting New Zealand along with Brunei’s Industry Minister, Pehin Yasmin Umar.
Trade Minister Todd McClay says New Zealand education institutions stand to benefit following the signing of an education cooperation agreement in Iran today.
Trade Minister Todd McClay leads a senior-level business delegation on New Zealand’s first trade mission to Tehran in twelve years, today.  Iran and New Zealand have a long-standing trade relationship, dating back to 1975 when New Zealand established an Embassy in Tehran, its first in the Middle East.
Trade Minister Todd McClay today published a summary of what New Zealand businesses think about Brexit and the impact they believe it could have on trade with the United Kingdom – New Zealand’s fifth largest trading partner.
The New Zealand economy is doing extremely well, because of trade liberalisation, not in spite of it. We are one of the most open economies in the world. Our economic performance is the envy of many countries, certainly our closest neighbour and largest trading partner Australia and many EU member states.
Trade Minister Todd McClay has welcomed the release of two studies which shed new light on the cost and impact of unnecessary red tape and arbitrary trade rules on New Zealand’s exports.