Story: Britain, Europe and New Zealand

Trade with Europe, 2010

Trade with Europe, 2010

This map shows trade between New Zealand and European countries in 2010. The majority of goods (65% by value) exported to Europe were agricultural in origin: sheep meat, wool, dairy products, fruit and wine. From Europe, New Zealand imported cars, medicines, machinery, telecommunications equipment, transport goods and chemicals. Commercial services were 36% of total trade. Air and sea transport, the telecommunications market and tourism were service sectors of particular interest to New Zealand.

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Martin Holland and Serena Kelly, 'Britain, Europe and New Zealand - Relations with Britain and Europe in the 2000s', Te Ara - the Encyclopedia of New Zealand, http://www.TeAra.govt.nz/en/map/36821/trade-with-europe-2010 (accessed 24 January 2022)

Story by Martin Holland and Serena Kelly, published 20 Jun 2012