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Home Portfolio Foreign Affairs & Immigration Trade statistics: DFAT compendium of merchandise exports and imports
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A five-year overview of Australia’s trade with more than 80 countries has been released by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade.
The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade has released its annual Composition of Trade.
According to DFAT:
“The authoritative compendium of statistics on merchandise exports and imports, this publication analyses the growth, direction and commodity breakdown of Australia’s trade over the last five years. It also includes individual reports showing the composition of trade with over eighty of Australia’s trading partners. Also included is a section on Australia’s trade in services.”
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