July 27, 2009
Canada and New Zealand have signed a new air transport agreement to allow more flights between the two countries.
The agreement creates new meetings and incentive travel and tourism opportunities for both countries, New Zealand Trade Minister Tim Groser said after signing the agreement with Canadian counterpart Stockwell Day in Singapore.
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