New Zealand is better-placed than other English-speaking nations to help Japan’s goal of internationalizing its citizens, according to Ambassador Phillip Gibson.

“We’ve got good educational standards, good educational institutions and frankly, we’re much, much more competitive than other countries” in this field, he said in a recent interview.

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