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New Zealand and the European Community

New Zealand. Planning Council.

New Zealand and the European Community

a report by the New Zealand Planning Council.

by New Zealand. Planning Council.

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Published by New Zealand Planning Council in Wellington .
Written in English


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SeriesNZPC -- no. 8
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Open LibraryOL14412754M

Born in Ngaio, Wellington, New Zealand in , Mein completed his BDes Hons majoring in photography from Massey University in In Mein was selected as one of 30 artists worldwide to participate in the PARALLEL European Photo Based Platform second cycle. Book.   In , New Zealand granted legal personhood to the Whanganui River. Since then, other nations have followed suit in an effort to protect the environment.

Many would have thought New Zealand would have been exempt from European art crime. When our foremost modernist artist Colin McCahon’s Urewera Mural disappeared in an overnight raid in New Zealand's exports to the EU are largely dominated by agricultural products (73%) while EU's exports to New Zealand are focused on manufactured goods (86%). The stock of EU foreign direct investment in New Zealand amounted to € billion, and the stock of New Zealand's investment in .

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