New Zealand has emerged as the economic powerhouse of the world, thanks in part to the country’s massive infrastructure investments.
But it’s not just a natural asset.
As the world’s third-largest economy, New Zealand can be seen as an economic engine for a world with many problems.
We can also see its influence on the economy of the countries that surround it, which have contributed more to the global financial system than almost any other country.
Here’s a look at which country is most influential on the world economy.
New Zealand, GDP per capita: $26,000 2.
Hong Kong, GDP: $28,000 3.
Singapore, GDP : $25,000 4.
United States, GDP (per capita): $25-27,000 5.
Japan, GDP, per capita (per year): $28-30,000 Source: Bureau of Economic Analysis.
United Nations Population Division.
The United Nations has its own population figures, but the United Nations World Population Prospects report, released in 2014, suggests that New Zealand will overtake China to become the world leader in terms of the number of people living in the planet’s major cities by 2050.
New York and Tokyo are the biggest cities, with China holding second place, with a population of 2.26 billion.
Hong kong, a Chinese city that’s separated from China since 1997, is the world capital of the super-rich, with an estimated population of around 1.25 billion.
A third of the population lives in New Zealand.
The country has a massive amount of land, and has a huge population that is growing every year.
The largest city is Auckland, the third-biggest city in the world.
The second-largest city is Christchurch, and the third biggest is Wellington.
There are around a quarter of the people in New York.
New South Wales is the most populous state in the country, with around 40 per cent of the nation’s population, followed by Queensland, South Australia and Tasmania.
The most populous city is Melbourne, which has a population that stands at 1.3 billion.
New Caledonia has a combined population of about 4.6 billion, with the island nation at the heart of the Pacific and a major source of trade.
The smallest country in the region is Kiribati, which is home to some 1,200 people.
The only country that doesn’t make the top 10 is Tonga, with just over 1,000 people.
There’s a long history of the United States being a leader in the global trade of minerals and energy.
In the 1950s and 1960s, the United Kingdom led the way in oil, gas and minerals exports, which made the country one of the most powerful nations in the Americas.
But in the 1970s and 1980s, a new era began.
As mining prices plunged, and China turned its sights on developing the new technology of satellites, the U.S. began a massive shift to exporting more of its natural resources to the world markets.
The result has been the biggest trade deficit in the history of humanity, which led to the Great Recession.
China’s manufacturing sector also has the highest rate of inflation in the developed world.
But that doesn, and will continue to be the case, for a long time.
And the U,S.
continues to be one of its biggest export markets.
As a result, the world is growing ever more reliant on the United State, and New Zealand’s economy is the second-bigger in the European Union, after the United Arab Emirates.
But the impact of New Zealand on the rest of the global system is also important.
The U.K., France, Germany and Japan all have huge amounts of trade with New Zealand as a result of the country providing its huge export base.
The biggest of these are the minerals and fossil fuels, which make up the bulk of New Zeland’s exports.
There is also a large trade in telecommunications equipment, computers and software, as well as a significant amount of technology goods, which New Zealand is known for.
This includes aerospace and electronics, aerospace engineering and manufacturing, aerospace and defence.
There have been major changes in New Zealand’s economy since the 1980s.
It has been one of a few countries that have seen a large amount of foreign investment in the past decade.
New Zelentans economy has been heavily impacted by China’s growth and rising power in Asia, especially after the 2008 global financial crisis.
The New Zealand Government’s response to the economic crisis was to introduce new taxes and taxes on foreign ownership of New Guineans’ businesses, which were a major driver of the financial crash.
The new taxes have resulted in an influx of foreign capital, which drives up the cost of living for New Guines people.
However, New Guinaese have also benefited from the economic boom in China, particularly in the tech sector.
New Guins government has also seen a major boost in foreign investment due to a rise in the Chinese stock market. This