December 2006
New Zealand Country Profile;2006, p6
Country Report
Country Report
The article presents information on the political and government make-up of New Zealand. It provides an overview of the political system in the country, as well as its political parties. It discusses the government's monetary and foreign policies. It also offers a look at the regulation of the country's labor market and its trade relations with other emerging markets.


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