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NZ

The two-character ISO 3166 country code for NEW ZEALAND.

NZ

1. ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 code for New Zealand. This is the code used in international transactions to and from New Zealander bank accounts.

2. ISO 3166-2 geocode for New Zealand. This is used as an international standard for shipping to New Zealand. Each region has its own code with the prefix "NZ." For example, the code for the Region of Canterbury is ISO 3166-2:NZ-CAN.
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The predictions by the proposed equation for the shear strength of test beams are relatively better, whereas ACI318, CSA, EN 1992-1-1:2004, Collins' equation is excessively conservative for most of the test results and the NZS and Bazant's equations give unsafe results for slender beams.
NZS 1995 New Zealand standard code of practice for the design of concrete structures (NZS 3101).
Figure 16 shows that a 10% increase in NZS levels raises the cost of NZS (in terms of income tax revenue) by around 5% in 2049/50 (left-hand axis), but only about 2.
NZS is a partially pre-funded, pay-as-you-go retirement income system with the following key features:
The excess has been invested by the Guardians of New Zealand Superannuation (the Guardians) a Crown Entity, established under section 48 of the NZS Act.
Hence, the retirement age is set at 65 and NZS payments are assumed to grow at 1% annually in real terms, matching the growth rate we assume for average real wages.
If trends do not change, these strains could mean that programmes like NZS may have to become less generous in the future (New Zealand Treasury, 2007).
Standards New Zealand, New Zealand Standard NZS 7649: Unplasticized PVC Sewer and Drain Pipe and Fittings, Standards New Zealand, Wellington (1988).
In May 2006, a member of the Flight Nurses' Section (NZFNS), Fernah Peacey, was nominated by section members to represent NZNO and the section on the review committee of the Ambulance Sector Standard NZS 8156:2002.
The compromise agreement with NVOCC NZS Worldwide, Inc.
1) New Zealand Standard (2001) Health and Disability Standards; NZS 8134:2001 Wellington: Standards New Zealand.
92 million New Zealand internet users have looked to their fellow Internet users for opinions and information about products, services and brands, NZS.