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Economy

New Zealand has a mixed economy that operates on free-market principles. It has a sizeable service sector, which complements a productive agricultural sector and related manufacturing industries.

 

Gross domestic product by industry (in 1995/96 prices)

        2011         2006
NZ$(million)
Finance, insurance, and business services  39,285    35,031
Personal and community services  16,512    15,252
Manufacturing  16,393    19,618
Transport and communication  14,096    13,389
Retail, accommodation, and restaurants            9,989      9,825
Wholesale trade    9,841    10,079
Government, administration, and defence    6,789     5,496
Agriculture    6,774     6,555
Construction    5,678     6,530
Fishing, forestry, and mining    3,455     2,755
Electricity, gas, and water     2,670      2,441
Gross domestic product  135,904 131,633

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