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|WELLINGTON http://www.authentic49ersstore.com/49ers-Garry-Gilliam-Draft-Jersey/ , June 22 (Xinhua) -- China remained the largest source of foreign arrivals in New Zealand, and China was New Zealanders' third favorite overseas destination in terms of increases in overseas trips, New Zealand's statistics department Stats NZ said on Thursday.
New Zealand's annual net migration reached 72,000 in the May 2017 year, with major non-citizen arrivals from China, Britain and Australia, according to the Stats NZ.
Migrant arrivals reached 130,400 and migrant departures numbered 58,400 in the year ended May 2017, it said.
"The continued high level of net migration in the May 2017 year was driven by non-New Zealand citizens migrating to New Zealand," population statistics senior manager Peter Dolan said, adding, "Of the 130,400 migrant arrivals, 3 out of 4 were non-New Zealand citizens."
On a net basis, New Zealand citizens leaving and returning to this country almost balanced each other out in the last 12 months. There was a net migration gain of 73,300 non-New Zealand citizens in the past year, according to the release.
Of the 98,300 non-New Zealand citizen arrivals, 12 percent were from China, 10 percent were from Britain, and 10 percent were from Australia.
Annual migrant arrivals from India fell 31 percent to 9,200 in the May 2017 year, mainly due to a 40-percent drop in annual student visa arrivals.
Offsetting the fall in the number of Indian migrants were rises in migrant arrivals from Britain, which was up 12 percent to 15,100, and South Africa, which was up 59 percent to 5,000, Stats NZ said.
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HANOI, Nov. 17 (Xinhua) -- Foreign investment in Vietnam's footwear sector increased from 500 million U.S. dollars to around 2 billion U.S. dollars over the past three years as a growing number of foreign companies launched factories in the country.
Vietnam currently ranks the fifth worldwide among footwear producers and the second among the world's major footwear exporters to the European Union, the United States and Japan after China.
Matt Priest, representative of the Footwear Distributors and Retailers of America, said that many U.S. companies are seeking attractive destinations to place their factories, including Vietnam.
The attraction of the Vietnamese market can be seen as a wave of the world's leading footwear producers such as Nike, Adidas and Puma, among others, have set up manufacturing plants in Vietnam.
Oliver Ng of Ever Rite International said his group had the first factory in Vietnam's southern Ho Chi Minh City in 1993. Now, the company has 52 footwear production lines in the country and the figure is expected to rise.
Ng said the reason for choosing Vietnam as investment destination includes a young population, stable foreign exchange rates, low minimum wage, and labor productivity compatible to those of other countries.
In the first ten months of 2014, Vietnam earned 10.2 billion U. S. dollars from the export footwear, up 18 percent year-on-year. The figure for the whole year is predicted to be 12 billion U.S. dollars, accounting for 10 percent of the country's total export revenue.
Among those, foreign invested sector is expected to contribute some 70 percent, according to the Vietnam Industry and Trade Information Center under the Ministry of Industry and Trade.
ROGER Federer, seeking an 18th Grand Slam title in his 18th season on tour, will ease into 2015 with a match against either a wild-card entry or a qualifier at the Brisbane International next week.
Federer, who arrived in Australia yesterday, has a first-round bye in the Australian Open tune-up tournament. Then the 17-time Grand Slam champion will play the winner of a match between Australian wild-card entry John Millman and a yet-to-be-determined qualifier.
Australian Lleyton Hewitt, who beat Federer in the final last year, will play Sam Groth in his first match.
Hewitt and Federer are on opposite sides of the draw and can not meet each other until the final.
Federer last won a Grand Slam at Wimbledon in 2012, but feels good about adding a fifth Australian Open title this year.
Coming back from a disappointing 2013, Federer won more matches (73) than any player last year and moved back to No. 2 behind Novak Djokovic.
“Overall it was a great season for me,” Federer said yesterday. “I was consistent and I was playing positive, attacking tennis just the way I want to play and I gave myself chances at quite a few of the slams. This year I hope I can go one step further because going close is not quite good enough.”
HOUSTON, Sept. 19 (Xinhua) -- Greg Abbott, Governor of Texas, the United States, announced Tuesday that Texas would partner with FirstNet and AT&T to deliver a wireless broadband network to the state's public safety community.
"The safety and security of Texas communities is my number one priority, and I want to provide our first responders with the best technology possible," said Abbott.
According to a press release by the governor office on Tuesday, the FirstNet network will provide Texas with modernized devices, apps and tools for first responders to boost their communication abilities on the job.
This plan will improve public safety and enhance emergency preparedness across the state by providing first responders with cutting edge communication technologies.
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