WELLINGTON, Sept. 4 (Xinhua) -- New Zealand's two-way trade with the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) was 15.2 billion NZ dollars (10.9 billion U.S. dollars) in the year ended June 2017, the statistics department Stats NZ said on Monday.
Goods and services exported to ASEAN countries totaled 6.3 billion NZ dollars, and imports totaled 8.9 billion NZ dollars, Stats NZ said.
Dairy products, including milk powder and cheese, were the main goods exported from New Zealand to ASEAN, followed by meat, logs, fruit, and wood pulp and waste paper, Stats NZ said.
Petroleum and related products was New Zealand's largest goods import from ASEAN in the year, with most of these petroleum imports coming from Singapore, it said.
Since 2013, the value of vehicles and parts imported from ASEAN has doubled to reach 1.3 billion NZ dollars in the year ended June 2017, the majority of which were from Thailand, Stats NZ said.