New Zealand's economy has traditionally been based on a foundation of exports from its very efficient agricultural system. Major economic restructuring, transformed the country towards a more industralised, free market economy. Dynamic growth has boosted real incomes, broadened and deepened technological capabilities of the industrial sectors. Tourism is a major contributor to overseas earnings, while textiles, machinery, manufacturing, transportation equipment, the financial sector, and mining, all make substantial contributions to the economy.
|New-zealand||18-Jun-2013||Laboratory Integration Project.
|New-zealand||18-Jun-2013||Provision of Coronary Consumables.
|New-zealand||18-Jun-2013||Selected Observational Road Safety Surveys.
|New-zealand||18-Jun-2013||Federal Street Shared Spaces Upgrade Development.
|New-zealand||18-Jun-2013||Structural Consultancy Services for the Regional Science and Innovation Centre.
|New-zealand||18-Jun-2013||National Audio Visual Link (AVL) Installation Programme.
|New-zealand||18-Jun-2013||Laboratory Service Strategic Framework.
|New-zealand||18-Jun-2013||Supply of Two Air handling units to WDHB.
|New-zealand||18-Jun-2013||Building Services Consultancy Services for the Regional Science and Innovation Centre.
|New-zealand||18-Jun-2013||Main Contractor for the Construction of Te Atatu Community Centre & Library.