New Zealand is the 57th largest economy in the world in terms of exports. This country exported products worth 37.7 billion dollars during 2017 and imported worth 36 billion.

Among its main exports are products of animal origin, especially dairy products, such as milk, butter, or cheese. Other products of natural origin stand out, such as wine or wood. As for imports, computer equipment, cars, and oil, group the main arrivals to the country.

By geographical position, China is the leading destination of imports in this country, followed by Australia. The United States and Japan are also notable economic partners.