breaking news New Zealand in February exports 5.23 billion (5.47 billion before) and imports 5.95 billion (7.42 billion before)
While the deficit for the month is well below expectations and that of January, the fall in imports will be viewed with suspicion. Lower imports are generally a sign of weaker domestic demand. This would correspond to the evolution of the New Zealand economy towards recession.
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