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June, 2019

Seeing what Kiwis buy and sell internationally is now much easier with the creation of the New Zealand trade dashboard on the Stats NZ website.

The new dashboard includes a map of the world – just click on any country from Afghanistan to Zimbabwe to see how much New Zealand trades with that country.

Try the New Zealand trade dashboard.

The dashboard includes a section ‘Trade by country’ that includes details of key goods and services trade. There is also a ‘Trade by product’ section that shows the values of specific imports or exports, for example aircraft from the United States, or the value of wool exports to China.

“The New Zealand trade dashboard makes exploring our trade ties easier than hunting through tables of data,” international statistics senior manager Peter Dolan said. “The dashboard shows just how far our trade connections go around the world.”

China is our biggest market, with two-way trade of both goods and services worth more than $30 billion for the year ended December 2018. At the other end of the scale, Greenland ranks 222nd for two-way trade at just $214,079. New Zealand has both

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