The New Zealand Samoa Trade & Investment Commission was launched in Auckland in June 2011 by the Government of Samoa with the key objective of facilitating, strengthening and increasing the flow of trade and investment between New Zealand and Samoa.
Social and economic prosperity for Samoa and New Zealand.
To provide leadership, in facilitating and promoting trade and investment between New Zealand and Samoa through the development of partnerships, ideas and goodwill.
The vision of the National Export Strategy of Samoa is for the export sector to be a major contributor to sustainable economic growth. Samoa has targeted five main sectors for improving export performance, namely fisheries, manufacturing, agriculture, tourism and services. Ultimately the Commission’s main objective is to facilitate the improvement of trade balance between New Zealand and Samoa leading to sustained economic growth and prosperity for both countries.