What does New Zealand import and export?

New Zealand exports include:dairy products (from cattle and goats)meat (sheep, beef, deer)hides and leatherfishwood/wood products, including paper and paper-associated productstourismwineManuka Honeywoolfruit and vegetablescereal productsorganic chemicalspharmaceutical productsplastic productsrubber productstextilesfurnitureelectrical equipmentmarine equipmentagricultural and industrial machineryaluminiumiron/steel and other metalscrude oil and mineral oilsThe bulk, though not all, of New Zealands exports come from the agricultural/Natural Resources industry.New Zealand imports include:vehicleselectronicspetroleum and fuels / refined oiltextilesplasticsmotor carsaircraft and aircraft partsTV receivers, including video monitors and projectorstelephone equipmentmedical instrumentsmedicamentsAutomatic data process machinesFor further information, see the related link.