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New Zealand and the EEC, basic facts.

New Zealand and the EEC, basic facts.

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Published by Dept. of Trade and Industry : Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Wellington, N.Z .
Written in English

    Places:
  • New Zealand
    • Subjects:
    • European Economic Community -- New Zealand -- Statistics.,
    • New Zealand -- Commerce -- Statistics.

    • Edition Notes

      Errata slip inserted.

      ContributionsNew Zealand. Dept. of Trade and Industry., New Zealand. Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHF4030.5 .N48
      The Physical Object
      Pagination39 p. :
      Number of Pages39
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4221128M
      LC Control Number80500943

        New Zealand has a strong hold on the international trade in sheep meat. There are presently around 9 sheep to every 1 human in New Zealand (the population of New Zealand is 4 million). Wellington, the Capital City of New Zealand (and home to me!) is the southernmost capital city in the world. [Image: Wellington City] There are so many reasons to visit New Zealand and the country provides you with unique and unexpected experiences each and every day. We've put together 10 fun facts and reasons why you need to get New Zealand to the top of your Bucket List ASAP. 1. Passionate Locals. Kiwis are incredible people, and immensely proud of their own backyard.

        #9 New Zealand would have lost $ billion if the location of the movies was changed. In September a row erupted over union representation for actors on the set of the movie and the producers threatened to move the Hobbit project out of New Zealand. This is a lucid presentation in sober terms of the case for a special arrangement for New Zealand in the event of the United Kingdom's entry into the EEC. The importance of the United Kingdom market as an outlet for New Zealand's dairy products and meat on which its economy depends to such a large extent is illustrated by export data for butter, cheese and lamb for the yr ended 30 .

      When Britain became a full member of the European Economic Community (EEC) in New Zealand lost access to its traditional market. However, through the Luxembourg agreement, reached in , Britain secured a special arrangement for New Zealand’s butter, cheese and lamb trades to new markets in the EEC. Maui’s dolphin is a sub-species of the New Zealand dolphin that lives only in coastal waters of part of North Island, New Zealand. Maui’s dolphins are facing extinction; there are now less than 50 individuals left living along a mile stretch of coastline. The problem causing this rapid decline and indeed the decline of Hector’s dolphin.


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I liked his turn of phrase, in places. Occasional photos add interest. I would have appreciated more maps, though (so I could see where places mentioned in the text are located).Reviews: