New Zealand economy hit by fall in dairy prices
4 September 2014 Last updated at 04:20 BST
Few economies are as dependent on milk, cheese and butter sales as New Zealand.
The predominantly agricultural country is one of the world's largest dairy producers. But a recent tumble in global dairy prices may spell bad news for its economy.
Prices fell by about 6% in August and now sit near a two-year low, partly due to troubles in the Ukraine and sanctions on Russia.
The BBC's Lucas de Jong reports.