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Q: Which of the following economic plans have bolstered New Zealand's economy in the past several years? encouraging more foreign investors more economic trade with China emphasis on tourism and film
industry exploiting large natural gas reserves increasing the amount of agriculture
A: Answers are A.encouraging more foreign investors ; B.more economic trade with China; C.emphasis on tourism and film industry
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User: The principle language of Oceania has ____ roots.

User: The indigenous population of New Zealand are the _____. Lapita Maori Polynesians Aborigines

User: In general, tourism from these two nations benefits Oceania the most. China United States England Japan

User: This nation has given Australia its greatest economic boost through the sale of natural gas. United States China Japan New Zealand

User: Which of the following nations does not lay claim to territory in Antarctica? New Zealand Chile Norway United States

User: Which of the following economic plans have bolstered New Zealand's economy in the past several years? encouraging more foreign investors more economic trade with China emphasis on tourism and film industry exploiting large natural gas reserves increasing the amount of agriculture

Weegy: Answers are A.encouraging more foreign investors ; B.more economic trade with China; C.emphasis on tourism and film industry
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User: According to the table graph in the lesson, which region of Oceania had the lowest unemployment rate? Micronesia Melanesia Polynesia

Weegy: Where is the table graph?
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User: This is a major environmental concern in Central America. drought frost overpopulation rain forest protection

Weegy: drought, frost
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