ExpatForum: New Zealand and Vietnam have launched a new era in bilateral relations which will create opportunities in terms of education, business and work.

‘This is an ambitious programme aimed at ensuring our relationship continues to go from strength to strength,’ said New Zealand Prime Minister John Keys after a visit to the country.

It includes an agreement to invest over $14 million in new development initiatives in Vietnam, including a food safety project, the expansion of a successful dam safety pilot, and an enhanced scholarship and short term training scheme.

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