Vietnam

Vietnam

Viet Nam sits on the Gulf of Thailand, Gulf of Tonkin, and South China Sea (known as the East Sea in Viet Nam). It borders China, Laos, and Cambodia.

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Taiwan

Taiwan

New Zealand maintains economic and cultural links, but does not maintain diplomatic relations with Taiwan. New Zealand’s economic and cultural interests in Taiwan are represented by the New Zealand Commerce and Industry Office and Taiwan's interests in New Zealand by the Taipei Economic and Cultural Offices in Wellington and Auckland.

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Indonesia

Indonesia

Indonesia has experienced rapid economic growth since becoming a democracy. It is currently the world’s sixteenth largest economy and projected to be the seventh largest by 2030. Indonesia is a priority relationship for New Zealand.

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Philippines

Philippines

The Philippine archipelago is made up of 7,107 islands with coastline stretching  36,289 km. The terrain is mostly mountains with narrow to extensive coastal lowlands.

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Malaysia

Malaysia

Malaysia is one of south-east Asia’s most remarkably growing economies following years of political stability and vibrant growth in its industrial sectors. 

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Cambodia

Cambodia

Having endured the rule of Khmer Rouge and a civil war, Cambodia is currently enjoying two decades of relative stability.  

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