Source: MIL-OSI Submissions
23 November 2020
Goods-producing industries made up about one-fifth of the New Zealand economy in 2019, second to service industries, which made up about two-thirds, Stats NZ said today.
This composition shifted from the 1970s, when goods-producing industries made up about a third of the economy while services made up about half.
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