Insight for Sunday 12 April 2015
John Key signs the visitor's book at the official residence of the South Korean President Park Geun-hye (Photo RNZ / Jane Patterson)
After five tough years of negotiating, New Zealand has signed a free trade deal with South Korea.
It's already New Zealand's sixth largest trading partner, and with an increasingly affluent population, Korea is potentially a very lucrative market for New Zealand producers.
Radio New Zealand’s parliamentary chief reporter, Jane Patterson, travelled to South Korea for the signing of the deal, and she looks at who are the winners, who are the losers, and is this really a good deal for New Zealand?