Donald Trump presidency risk to NZ wine exports

Donald Trump presidency risk to NZ wine exports

The election of tee-totalling winery owner Donald Trump to the White House may pose a risk to the meteoric growth of New Zealand wine exports. The United States is the largest export market for New Zealand wine, with about $470 million worth of the luxury good flowing stateside in the year to September. But the election of Trump as the 45th president of the US is raising eyebrows among exporters concerned by his protectionist stance, or restraining trade between countries, and the falling US dollar.

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