What are three resources we naturally have in NZ?
New Zealand’s economy is dominated by industries that rely on natural resources: agriculture, fisheries, forestry, minerals and tourism.
What natural resources does New Zealand export?
Trade. Agricultural products—principally meat, dairy products, and fruits and vegetables—are New Zealand’s major exports; crude oil and wood and paper products are also significant.
Who owns resources in New Zealand?
The Crown automatically owns all petroleum, gold, silver, and uranium in New Zealand and has rights to all minerals in the Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ) – offshore between 12 and 200 nautical miles (nm) – and the Extended Continental Shelf (ECS – when the shelf extends beyond the EEZ out to a maximum of 350 nautical
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