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Economy

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

Gross domestic product in current prices  2012 NZ$(million) 
208,688 

 

Gross domestic product by industry (in 1995/96 prices)  Growth rate 2007–12 (%) 
Mining  20.8 
Agriculture, forestry, and fishing  17.6 
Financial and insurance services  13.4 
Health care and social assistance  11.5 
Public administration and safety  11.3 
Transport, postal, and warehousing  7.4 
Education and training  6.9 
Professional, scientific, technical, administrative, and support services  6.8 
Electricity, gas, water, and waste services  6.1 
Information media and telecommunications  5.5 
Arts, recreation, and other services  4.2 
Retail trade and accommodation  3.3 
Wholesale trade  1.4 
Rental, hiring, and real estate services  -0.1 
Manufacturing  -8.0 
Construction  -13.5 
Gross domestic product  3.7 

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