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Encyclopedia > List of New Zealand companies

This is a list of companies based in New Zealand. There are about 100,000 to be added.


For convenience, the word "Limited", which every company registered or reregistered under the Companies Act 1993 (with one historic exception) must have at the end of its name, is reduced to the common and universally recognised term "Ltd", which is a specifically permitted abbreviation under the Act.


(In the New Zealand registration system, unlike those of some larger countries, the term "Incorporated" is restricted to societies (generally nonprofit) under the Incorporated Societies Act 1908.)


See lists of companies for lists for other countries.

External links

  • New Zealand Companies Office (http://www.companies.govt.nz/pls/web/dbssiten.main)
  • Motor Vehicle Traders Register (http://www.motortraders.med.govt.nz/pls/web/dbssiten.main)
  • Profiles of some websites of State Enterprises (http://www.zeal.com/category/preview.jhtml?cid=10130932)
  • New Zealand Exchange Ltd (formerly Stock Exchange) (http://www.nzx.com/)



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List of New Zealand companies - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (145 words)
This is a list of companies based in New Zealand.
For convenience, the word "Limited", which every company registered or reregistered under the Companies Act 1993 (with one historic exception) must have at the end of its name, is reduced to the common and universally recognised term "Ltd", which is a specifically permitted abbreviation under the Act.
See lists of companies for lists for other countries.
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New Zealand is a Constitutional Monarchy with a parliamentary democracy Under the New Zealand Royal Titles Act 1953 Queen Elizabeth II, is Queen of New Zealand, and is represented as head of state by the Governor General, Dame Silvia Cartwright.
New Zealand's most popular sports are rugby (primarily rugby union but also rugby league), football (soccer, the most popular sport amongst children), cricket, and netball (the sport with the most players); golf, tennis, rowing and a variety of water sports, particularly sailing.
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