Key: NZ will 'get there' with Europe trade agreement
Prime Minister John Key says he's confident New Zealand can shore up trade deals with European leaders and Britain in the aftermath of Brexit.
Mr Key is stopping over in London to meet with outgoing British Prime Minister David Cameron, before moving on to France and Italy where he's hoping to push trade interests.
"The challenge always will be with an FTA with Europe, with the likes of French farmers who are less cautious about New Zealand, a little bit with Irish farmers as well, is very large producers, but I think we'll get there," he says.
New Zealand has also offered to help Britain beef up its trade negotiating capacity.