Through 2022, China comfortably retained its status as New Zealand's largest trading partner, with bilateral trade in goods and services reaching $40.3 billion, a 2% increase in overall bilateral trade from the prior year. Exports were worth $21.4 billion, equating to a modest trade surplus. China accounted for 15,230 foreign students. While the COVID-19 pandemic also impacting tourism, with China ranking as the 8th largest source of visitor arrivals (16,896) and the 20th largest travel destination for New Zealanders (6,933), these figures are anticipated to rebound strongly throughout 2023. This article delves into New Zealand's export achievement for 2022 and prospects for 2023.

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