Financial capital includes assets and liabilities that have a degree of liquidity and tradability as a discrete store of value. They come in many forms and include:
Physical capital includes fixed assets that are used repeatedly or continuously in production processes. This includes real, or tangible, assets (eg, machinery, buildings, roads, harbours, airports) and non-tangible assets (eg, computer software, intellectual property, and other specialised knowledge).
William McLean of Wellington imported the first two motor vehicles into New Zealand in 1898.