Deputy Prime Minister Grant Robertson is confident that New Zealand can get a good deal for exporters from EU trade talks.
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Deputy Prime Minister Grant Robertson could not say when the deal would be finalised. Photo: RNZ / Samuel Rillstone

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern is on her way to Europe to try to get a free-trade deal over the line.

The sticking points are greater access to the European market for our dairy, lamb and beef producers.

Grant Robertson told Morning Report it was a complex deal, but good progress was being made.

He said it was was very helpful that the prime minister was in Europe talking to other countries’ leaders and working through issues.

“We’re very optimistic that there will be a good outcome for New Zealand.”

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