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co report that the additional cuts were possible because of the strong New Zealand dollar and falling international oil prices abroad.
The New Zealand dollar touched a new high against its Australian counterpart.
There has been a big increase in demand for New Zealand dollars since the film was released earlier this month, according to foreign exchange company Travelex.
The dollar has fallen by approximately five percent against the British pound and the Japanese yen; by nearly 10 percent against the euro and the Canadian and Australian dollars; and by 14 percent against the New Zealand dollar.
With the 2:1 exchange with the US (two New Zealand dollars buy one US), production teams come cheap.
Meanwhile, the New Zealand dollar has fallen to its lowest levels in more than a year as of Sept 26 because the Reserve Bank of New Zealand has declared that the exchange rate is "unjustified and unsustainable.
The New Zealand dollar is expected to become on par with the Australian dollar.
Summary: The New Zealand dollar is not the Australian dollar.