The Israel Trade Commission is organizing a delegation of Israeli companies to New Zealand during March, 2014.
The delegation is designed to showcase the great innovations and technologies that have come out of Israel across various different sectors, and to expose these companies to the New Zealand market for future collaboration and business opportunities.
To take part in this delegation please contact us at email@example.com
New Zealand Economy at a Glance
New Zealand is a small open economy. Following a comprehensive reform program that began in the mid-80s, the New Zealand economy is now largely deregulated, and more internationally competitive. The production base has diversified to include a range of elaborately transformed manufactures, while maintaining a large agriculture sector, which accounts for 70 per cent of exports. Services account for over two thirds of New Zealand’s real Gross Domestic Product (GDP), while manufacturing accounts for 12 per cent. In 2012, New Zealand’s main merchandise export markets were Australia (21.4 per cent), China (14.9 per cent), and the United States (9.2 per cent). New Zealand’s main sources of merchandise imports were China (16.3 per cent), Australia (15.3 per cent), and the United States (9.2 per cent). New Zealand recorded GDP growth of 2.5 per cent in 2012 with 2.7 per cent forecast for 2013.