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New Zealand Population: 4,860,642

ESTIMATED NUMBER OF PEOPLE LIVING IN NEW ZEALAND (2021)


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Indicator 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021
Population (Millions) 4.7 4.7 4.8 4.8 4.9
Current GDP (US$ Billions) 188.9 207.0 212.2 209.1 212.5
Current GDP per Capita (US$ Billions) 40,080 42,993 43,306 41,999 41,792
Real GDP (US$ Billions, 2017) 175.7 182.0 187.9 190.9 192.8
Real GDP per Capita (US$), 2017) 37,267 37,816 38,335 38,346 37,922

2021 Population Data for Asia-Pacific
Country Population
(Millions, 2021)
Australia 25.8
Bangladesh 166.3
Cambodia 16.9
China 1,444.2
Hong Kong 7.6
India 1,393.4
Indonesia 276.4
Japan 126.1
Korea, South 51.3
Lao PDR 7.4
Malaysia 32.8
Mongolia 3.3
New Zealand 4.9
Pakistan 225.2
Philippines 111.0
Singapore 5.9
Sri Lanka 21.5
Thailand 70.0
Vietnam 98.2
Source: United Nations & World Economics



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