New Zealand Identity Card
- Area: 268 680 km² Population: 4 inhabitants (926 estimate).
- Capital city : Wellington, on the Density Main towns : the population is urbanized Ré Head of l & rsquo Governor General Prime Minister : Jacinda Ardern, since October 2017.
- Political formations: Parliament, the only chamber represented Change : the neze dollar Languages: English and Maori are the 2 official languages.
- Religions: Protestantism, Anglicanism, Catholicism.
- Ethnicities: the NéZé UNESCO World Heritage Sites: Tongariro National Park (1990) West (1990) New Zealand Antarctic (1998).
Traditionally agrarian and Tournézélandaise made in the years 1980 and 1990 a long transition towards a market economy more industrialized and diversified. The liberalism was introduced by a series of measures.
The primary sector employs only 4% of the working population. Theagriculture (dairy products, meat, wood, fruits and vegetables, seafood, wheat, barley, fishery products) represents nearly 6% of the GDP. Fishery and horticultural products are widely exported. The country is therefore very dependent on prices of agricultural products and the international economy. The trade plays a major role in the national economy with the export of agricultural products.
THEindustry (wood, food processing, mining, transport equipment, construction and prefabricated houses) represents almost 20% of the GDP, and employs roughly the same share of the working population (2018 estimate).
- services, flourishing sector (financial services, real estate services, tourism and catering, foreign trade.
The rate of chôZélande has a high standard of living.
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In 2019-2020, the growth hovers around 3%. It is supported by consumption, by the dynamism of tourism and agriculture.