Wellington: July 21 Students from India and China helped drive New Zealand’s 11th straight month of annual net gains from migration, more arrivals than departures, in June, the government statistics agency said on Tuesday.
The country had a net gain of 4,800 migrants last month, putting the annual net gain in the year ending June at 58,300, according to Statistics New Zealand.
Long-term and permanent migration in the June year comprised 115,700 arrivals and 57,400 departures, said a commentary from the agency.
Of the arrivals in the June year, 64 percent were aged 15 to 34 years, and they included 13,300 from India, with three quarters of Indians on student visas, and 10,300 from China, with about half on student visas.
The net gains in the June year were led by India (12,000), China (8,000), the Philippines (4,300) and Britain (4,300).
It is a high-resolution tablet with 12.3-inch touch-display
Customers can buy the Surface Pro from a number of retailers in India
Microsoft on Thursday announced its Surface Pro notebook and accessories are available in India. Surface Pro features a high-resolution 12.3-inch “PixelSense” touch display that supports the new Surface Pen 4.
The first generation, 2-in-1 detachable of the Microsoft Surface series — with a configuration of Intel Core m3, 128 GB SSD, 4GB RAM and Intel HD Graphics 615 — will cost Rs 64,999.
Customers can buy the device through more than 130 commercial resellers, the company said in a statement.
“We are delighted to announce the launch of Surface Pro in India and offer our consumers another superior device that will enable them create, study, work and play virtually anywhere,” said Vineet Durani, Director, Windows and Devices, Microsoft India.