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P4 Economic Relationships With NZ - Key Facts 4

NEW ZEALAND/CHILE ECONOMIC RELATIONSHIP: KEY FACTS

BILATERAL GOODS TRADE: Year to June 2004
Value (NZ$m)
New Zealand exports to Chile 36.5
New Zealand imports from Chile 37.8
Duty paid on New Zealand exports to Chile 2.9
Duty paid on New Zealand imports from Chile 0.3

Major NZ Exports to Chile Major NZ Imports from Chile
Item Value (NZ$m) Item Value (NZ$m)
Coal 9.5 Fruit and Nuts 10.1
Machinery 4.4 Other Fish Products 8.8
Chemical products 4.1 Copper 3.0
Dairy 3.5 Beverages 2.8
Seeds 2.7 Wood 2.2
Miscellaneous food items 2.2 Fish and seafood 2.2
Electrical machinery 1.8 Preserved food 1.7
Pharmaceutical products 1.2 Prepared meat and fish 1.4
Albumins 1.0 Inorganic chemicals 1.1
Lactose 0.8 Plastics 0.7

- Chile is New Zealand’s 51st largest export market


PEOPLE TO PEOPLE LINKS, 2004


- 2359 Chileans visited New Zealand

- 164 Chilean students studied in New Zealand

- 6459 New Zealanders visited Chile


CHILE KEY ECONOMIC INDICATORS : 2004


GDP (US$ billion) 67.9
Real GDP Growth 5.9%
Population (million) 15,980,912

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NEW ZEALAND/SINGAPORE ECONOMIC RELATIONSHIP: KEY FACTS

BILATERAL GOODS TRADE: 2004
Value (NZ$m)
New Zealand exports to Singapore 336.7
New Zealand imports from Singapore 972.7
Duty paid on New Zealand exports to Singapore 0*
Duty paid on New Zealand imports from Singapore 0*

* Due to existing NZ/Singapore CEP

Major NZ Exports to Singapore Major NZ Imports from Singapore
Item Value (NZ$m) Item Value (NZ$m)
Milk powder 61.0 Petroleum oils, not crude 478.0
Crustaceans 18.5 Computers 61.7
Butter 15.1 Machinery; parts 49.3
Electrical equipment and apparatus 13.5 Transmission apparatus 30.7
Chilled beef 10.5 Polymers of ethylene 28.7
Fresh milk 9.9 Electronic integrated circuits 23.6
Tanned or dressed furskins 9.4 Records, tapes etc 21.5
Frozen beef 8.8 Oils 19.9
Cheese 8.5 Paper and paperboard 16.1
Kraft paper 7.2 Medicaments 12.3

- Singapore is New Zealand’s 20th largest export market


PEOPLE TO PEOPLE LINKS: 2004

- 21,810 Singaporeans visited New Zealand

- 290 students studied in New Zealand 2003/2004 (June year)


SINGAPORE KEY ECONOMIC INDICATORS : 2004


GDP (US$ billion) 106.3
Real GDP Growth 8.4%
Population (million) 4.2

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NEW ZEALAND/BRUNEI DARUSSALAM ECONOMIC RELATIONSHIP: KEY FACTS

BILATERAL GOODS TRADE: 2004
Value (NZ$m)
New Zealand exports to Brunei Darussalam 3.2
New Zealand imports from Brunei Darussalam 249.5
Duty paid on New Zealand exports to Brunei Darussalam 0.05
Duty paid on New Zealand imports from Brunei Darussalam 0.002

Major NZ Exports Major NZ Imports from
to Brunei Darussalam Brunei Darussalam
Item Value (NZ$’000) Item Value (NZ$’000)
Butter 994 Petroleum oils, crude 249,374
Other, iron and steel articles 611 Shorts; men’s or boys 40
Birds eggs in shell 511 Machinery parts 21
Cheese 201 Fire extinguishers, spray guns etc 11
Onions 188 Transmission apparatus 10
Motor vehicles 170 Cutlery; spoons, forks etc 2
Computers 130 T-shorts etc 2
Frozen vegetables 103 Furniture parts 2
Caviar 101 Plastic tableware 2
Aluminium; bars and nodules 72 Computers 2

- Brunei Darussalam is New Zealand’s 115th largest export market

PEOPLE TO PEOPLE LINKS: 2004

- 339 people from Brunei Darussalam visited New Zealand

- 21 people from Brunei Darussalam studied in New Zealand


BRUNEI DARUSSALAM KEY ECONOMIC INDICATORS : 2004

GDP (US$ billions) 12.2 (2001)
Real GDP Growth 3.2% (2003)
Population 351,251

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