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Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern is holding a media conference on Monday, where she's expected to address deteriorating relations with China.
In a sign of apparent tensions, China has postponed a major tourism promotion at Wellington's Te Papa museum, citing scheduling issues, and put a visit by Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern on hold.
The China People's Daily, considered a mouthpiece of the Chinese state, published an article claiming tourists are turning away from New Zealand.
And the Chinese consulate issued warnings in December and January saying travel to New Zealand is unsafe.
NZME reports Ms Ardern is also likely to announce plans to tax multinational companies on their digital revenues.