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International Travel and Migration: July 2012 key facts

International Travel and Migration: July 2012 key facts

In July 2012 compared with July 2011:
• Visitor arrivals (173,500) were down 2,500. The biggest changes were in arrivals from:
• China (up 2,400)
• Japan (up 1,700)
• the United Kingdom (down 1,600).

Overseas trips by New Zealand residents (205,600) were down 26,000. The biggest changes were in departures to:
• the United States (down 1,800)
• the United Kingdom (down 5,800)
• Australia (down 8,400).

In July 2012:
• Seasonally adjusted figures showed a net loss of 700 migrants.

Attached is information about the statistics released today.

Media release (pdf) Info release (pdf) Tables (xls)

(See attached file: IntTravelAndMigrationJul12MR.pdf)(See attached file: IntTravelAndMigrationJul12.pdf)(See attached file: itm-jul12-tables.xls)





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