According to a new report, the international education sector has contributed $2.6 billion and 28,000 jobs in 2012 and 2013.
According to the Economic Impact of International Education 2012/13 report, the valuation of international students studying in New Zealand was $2.5 billion.
On the other hand, the sale and delivery of New Zealand's educational services and products value was $104 million.
According to reports, New Zealand dollar has been trading in a narrow range.
The New Zealand dollar was recorded to be 82.46 US cents at 8am today. It advanced from 82.27 cents at the 5pm market close yesterday. It traded in a narrow range of 82.15 cents overnight. Little changes were sought in the trade-weighted index at 76.78 from 76.74 yesterday.
As per new reports, maximum numbers of voters are against the new home loan restrictions which are imposed on them.
According to the latest ONE News Colmar Brunton poll, about 57% of the people said that they are not in the favor of the policy, 38% of the people support the policy and the rest 5% said that they have no issues with the loan restrictions.
The New Zealand Dollar was relieved a little after a hiked forecast by Fonterra Cooperative Group. Fonterra group is the largest kiwi exporter.
The New Zealand currency was trading at 83.33 US cents, which was at 83.11 US cents earlier. After the announcement, weighted index also dipped from 77.86 to 77.61.
According to the latest statistics released by AAA, gas prices at the U. S. pumps are currently going through the phase of their usual September plunge; with September essentially marking a period when the demand for gas in the country is generally weak and there is an increase in supply.
According to new reports, New Zealanders are working harder than any other people in the world.
The productivity Commission in New Zealand declared that their people are producing fewer amounts of goods and services, in comparison to the other countries worldwide. They said that their country is lagging behind in terms of production from the rest of the world.
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