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  • New Zealand General Statistics, General New Zealand Statistics

    …1,350,032 231,120 196,880 190,816 75,052 Merchandise Trade Exports - Top 10 Destinations In million $. Country People's Republic of China Australia United States of America Japan Republic of Korea United Kingdom Singapore Malaysia Indonesia Taiwan Value 9,965 9,125 4,071 2,829 1,633 1,397 1,021 911…

  • Aoraki Mount Cook National Park

    …New Zealand Travel Forum - View All Questions Ask a Question Search Q Aoraki Mount Cook National Park (Mt Cook - Tours) Alice Smejkalova Czech Republic - 14th Sep, 2018 Hello, we are coming on a cruise ship CRYSTAL SYMPHONYto Dunedin on March 30th 2019 for a two day stay. We would like to ask if…

  • July 2017 - New Zealand Tourism Business Newsletter

    …destination for travellers from the Republic of Korea and visitor numbers are set to increase with the launch of a new Pure New Zealand online promotion. In the past year the percentage of travellers coming to New Zealand to holiday from the Republic of Korea jumped by 14%, and overall 83,152…

  • New Zealand History, New Zealand Māori Heritage and History

    …a member of the British Commonwealth, and maintaining close, friendly relations with the USA, New Zealand now has a far more independent trading and foreign policy. Today, even conservative politicians talk openly about New Zealand eventually becoming a republic - something unheard of within the

  • New Zealand Colonisation, Colonisation in New Zealand

    …(Australia, New Zealand, and United States) Pact. New Zealand troops also fought with US forces during the Korean and Vietnam wars. Towards a Republic? While New Zealand is still heavily influenced by its colonial heritage, the country now has its own strong sense of identity. While still a member…


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