This indicator shows the quantity and quality of New Zealand’s physical infrastructure.

Infrastructure

This indicator shows the quantity and quality of New Zealand’s physical infrastructure. Physical infrastructure relates to the fundamental structures that are necessary for an economy to function. This includes:

  • transport networks (including road, rail, and air options)
  • the nation’s power grid
  • sewerage and waste disposal systems
  • national communication systems.

In 2018, the replacement value of the net stock of New Zealand’s other construction was

$145 billion.

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