What is the export of New Zealand?
Animals and wool
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Latest statistics are not yet available, however Statistics New Zealand reports that in the Year Ending June 2003, Total NZ cheese exports were 295,211 gross tonnes.. Of this…, 43,489 were to Australia; 40,267 to the USA; 39,996 to Japan; 30,935 to Belgium and 17,316 to the UK. Other countries exported to for 2003 included (in declining amounts below 17,000 tonnes):. Mexico Korea, Republic of Saudi Arabia Philippines Algeria Taiwan Egypt Jamaica Hong Kong (Special Administrative Region) Malaysia Panama Russia Guatemala Trinidad and Tobago Indonesia Venezuela Netherlands Tunisia United Arab Emirates China, People's Republic of Singapore South Africa Barbados Jordan Canada Thailand Morocco Kuwait Guyana Bahrain French Polynesia Germany Poland Grenada Cyprus Honduras Peru Dominican Republic Oman Italy Mauritius Malta Finland Fiji Pakistan Chile Viet Nam India New Caledonia Hungary Iran Brazil Latvia Qatar Guam El Salvador St Lucia Nicaragua Costa Rica Cuba Bermuda France Sri Lanka Papua New Guinea Libyan Arab Republic Lebanon Cook Islands Samoa, Western Kenya Brunei Darussalam Tonga Gibraltar Maldives Vanuatu Samoa, American Norfolk Island Bahamas Northern Mariana Islands Bangladesh Antigua and Barbuda Zimbabwe St Vincent and the Grenadines Cayman Islands Solomon Islands Nigeria St Kitts-Nevis Macau (Special Administrative Region) Wallis and Futuna Islands Niue Greece Nepal.
stuff like wool cattle peolpe Timber in various forms, including manufactured boards; wool and its products; iron sand; beef, venison and sheep meats; dairy products including… milk powder; Most of the world supply of GPS chips; medical equipment; production lines for making refrigerators (Scott technologies, Dunedin!; oil; That's enough to go on with for your further research. . Wool. Dairy products. Steel. Meat-Beef and Lamb. Clothing. and many other things!!
wool. wine timber dariy products meat wool and dairy products
When I'm in the supermarket i see lots of food from Australia, Fruit, Veges, VB beer (which for some reason is cheaper here than in Australia) Vegemite and wine. I think that …almost any supermarket product that is made in Australia you can buy here in New Zealand. I don't know much about manufactured items but about quarter of the items in my pantry are Australian made.
Dairy products and Meat are two major exports of New Zealand.
New Zealand is famous for exporting dairy products
Diary products (particularly milk powder), meat (particularly beef and lamb), and wood (logs etc).
New Zealand exports include: . dairy products (from cattle and goats) . meat (sheep, beef, deer) . hides and leather . fish . wood/wood products, including paper and… paper-associated products . tourism . wine . Manuka Honey . wool . fruit and vegetables . cereal products . organic chemicals . pharmaceutical products . plastic products . rubber products . textiles . furniture . electrical equipment . marine equipment . agricultural and industrial machinery . aluminium . iron/steel and other metals . crude oil and mineral oils The bulk, though not all, of New Zealand's exports come from the agricultural/natural resources industry. New Zealand imports include: . vehicles . electronics . petroleum and fuels / refined oil . textiles . plastics . motor cars . aircraft and aircraft parts . TV receivers, including video monitors and projectors . telephone equipment . medical instruments . medicaments . Automatic data process machines For further information, see the related link.
Products of the agricultural and pastoral industries, ranging from animal meats and skins, through fruits and wines, to cut flowers.
From its internal economy. Manufacturing, agriculture, services etc.
New Zealand exports include: . dairy products (from cattle and goats) . meat (sheep, beef, deer) . hides and leather . fish . wood/wood products, including paper and pape…r-associatedproducts . tourism . wine . Manuka Honey . wool . fruit and vegetables . cereal products . organic chemicals . pharmaceutical products . plastic products . rubber products . textiles . furniture . electrical equipment . marine equipment . agricultural and industrial machinery . aluminium . iron/steel and other metals . crude oil and mineral oils The bulk, though not all, of New Zealand's exports come from theagricultural/natural resources industry.
Most dairy products exported from New Zealand go to China, Japan, USA and India