One of the most picturesque and photogenic places on earth.
A snapshot of New Zealand
New Zealand's free trade economy is dependent on International trade, with the principal export industries being agriculture, horticulture, fishing, forestry and mining. The major export partners are New Zealand's trans-Tasman neighbours, Australia, as well as the USA, United Kingdom and Japan. China and Asian markets are increasingly export destinations. Tourism also contributes significantly and attracts travellers from every country of the world.
A government tax (currently 15%) is applied to all goods and services supplied in New Zealand.