New Zealand

New Zealand is an economy of 4.6 million people. It is one of the 12 founding members of APEC. In 1989, the year APEC was founded, New Zealand’s real GDP was USD 84 billion, and its real per capita GDP was USD 25,000. By 2016, New Zealand’s GDP had doubled at 171 billion, and its per capita GDP rose to USD 37,000.