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Imports

Australia and China each contributed 16 percent of New Zealand’s total import value, followed by the United States with 11 percent.

Main import commodities

 2011  2006
NZ$(million)
Petroleum and products   7,236   5,240
Mechanical machinery and equipment   5,487   5,150
Vehicles, parts, and accessories   4,270   5,006
Electrical machinery and equipment      3,890(1)   3,340
Textiles and textile articles   2,077   1,768
Plastics and plastic articles   1,645   1,432
Aircraft and parts   1,439   1,889
Optical, medical, and measuring equipment   1,373   1,159
Total – all commodities  45,073  39,040
1. Values exclude confidential data.
Main trading partners, 2011 (NZ$ million) 

Image showing main trading partners, 2011 (NZ$ million). Imports (in size order) Australia: 7,400; China, People's Republic of: 7,121; United States: 5,057; Japan: 2,969; Singapore: 2,121; Total – all countries: 45,073. Exports (in size order) Australia: 10,314; China, People's Republic of: 5,635; United States: 3,931; Japan: 3,371; Korea, Republic of: 1,597; Total – all countries: 46,072.

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