Cigarette smuggling in New Zealand creates a black market worth $18 Million (28 Million New Zealand Dollars). About 255,000 packs of cigarettes are estimated to be smuggled each year.
Illegal logging activities in New Zealand creates losses of $222 Million (266 Million New Zealand Dollars) a year to the timber industry. The pulp, panel and paper industries lose the majority of the revenue, with $170 Million (203 New Zealand Dollars) lost to illegal logging.
Unauthorized fishing in the waters off of New Zealand leads to an estimated 1,000 tons of abalone to be illegally fished.
Officially, up to 1,057 tons of abalone is allowed to be fished each year.
Counterfeit goods seizures in New Zealand increased 300 percent from 2001 to 2007.
The economic impact of movie piracy to the movie industry of New Zealand in 2005.