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World Economic Forum

85% of Guns around the World Are Owned by Civilians

There are more than one billion firearms in the world and the majority are owned by ordinary people. New Zealand’s ban on semi-automatic weapons has put guns, violence and regulation back in the spotlight, underscoring the different approaches taken by governments around the world and their relative success.

Taiwan – NZ FTA

Ratcheting Up Regional Trade

Taiwan's recently concluded service trade pact with China has yielded its first fruit – a free trade agreement with New Zealand. Yet Taiwan could lag behind regional competitors like China and Korea in sealing similar deals.