Given is a bar chart showing three major export products from Southland over a 25-year period from 2000 to 2025.
Overall, international tourism and dairy products are major exported products over the period and the exports of these increase in 2015 whereas meat products are exported the least. It is projected that the export of oversea tourism will continue to grow while that of dairy and meat products will drop slightly.
In the first year of the 21st century, Southland was the main exporter of international tourism, earning over 8 billion pounds. Smaller amounts were from dairy and meat product exportation, with 7 billion pounds and 6 billion pounds, respectively. Fifteen years after that, dairy products witness a sharp climb to nearly 10 billion in the export value, making it the biggest export earner. Followed by international tourism export, there is an increase of almost a billion in the profit. Meat products account for the least export value, decreasing a bit in compared with 2000.
According to the projection for the last year of the period, international tourism will continue to increase its export value to around 10 billion pounds, becoming the most successful industry in bringing value. On the other hand, the exports of dairy and meat products will decrease gently to 9.5 billion and 5 billion. Meat products will remain the least exported products.