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  • New Zealand Tourism Newsletter

    …Promotion * Virus Hoaxes and How to Spot Them NZTO Comment by Garry Bond, General Manager, New Zealand Tourism Online Tourism in New Zealand is an export business. Overseas visitors effectively buy our dollar against their own currency either in the form of a pre-packaged tour, independently booking…

  • A Snapshot of New Zealand, New Zealand Statistics, NZ Information

    …product  3.7  Imports and Exports by Country Imports In 2012, 27 percent of all goods imported were primary products and 72 percent were manufactured goods. Petroleum and products continue to be New Zealand's highest-value import, accounting for 18 percent of goods imported. Main import

  • May 2017 - New Zealand Tourism Business Newsletter

    …Tourism portfolio continues to be held by a senior front bench Minister, to reflect the industry's importance to growing New Zealand's economy * Recognise tourism's importance to the overall trade and export growth agenda * Support and work with the industry as it keeps updating its Growth Framework…

  • New Zealand Shopping, New Zealand Souvenirs

    …Zealanders, but when New Zealand started to export the fruit, it was decided to give them a better name. 'Kiwifruit' was the choice because it would associate the fruit with New Zealand. The choice was timely, and New Zealand enjoyed record exports during the worldwide kiwifruit boom. While…

  • New Zealand Kiwiana, Kiwiana in New Zealand, New Zealand Kiwi

    …Zealanders, but when New Zealand started to export the fruit, it was decided to give them a better name. 'Kiwifruit' was the choice, because it would associate the fruit with New Zealand. The choice was timely, and New Zealand enjoyed record exports during the worldwide kiwifruit boom. While…

  • Whangarei History Information, New Zealand

    …Today's 'Town Basin' on the Hatea River was the original port and early exports included kauri gum and native timber followed later by coal from Whau Valley, Kamo and Hikurangi. Coal from the Kiripaka field was exported via the Ngunguru River. By 1864, the nucleus of the present city was…

  • December 2017 - New Zealand Tourism Business Newsletter

    …GST, with a further $1.8b collected from domestic visitors. * International tourism remained New Zealand's largest export earner and was responsible for a fifth of earnings from all exports of goods and services. * Cruise ships contributed $306m to tourism coffers last year. It accounted for 5.6 per…

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