Australia produces a extensive range
of greatly wanted after farming, aquatic and forestry
products. Australia exports internationally recognized
produce which is top grade and noted for being free of pests
and agricultural diseases. Australia's geographic location
make it an ideally positioned starting point to supply to
various markets in Europe, Asia, and America specially
during the winter months where other produce are in a
decline or even unavailable.As a modern trading nation,
Australia exports a diversified reliable provider of
a number of high quality goods and services.
Catering to over 200 countries with a sophisticated
import market for products from all over the world,
Australia’s export remains one of the most
competitive and growing trade in the globe.
Australia’s sea and air export ports
are dynamic and competent.
The ports located at Sydney and Melbourne
found on Australia’s east coast are considered as
key trading centers for manufactured goods.
industrial products and resources, ranging from
coal, iron, to a collection of other resources and
various minerals are processed and shipped from
major facilities from around the country's ports.
Australia’s major export sector is minerals and
fuels, manufacturing is also a chief part of the
trade economy. Advanced manufactured items also
referred as ‘elaborately transformed manufactures (ETM’s)
account to around 60% of Australia’s total
Most of the companies engaged
in producing these goods and products are integrated
into an international supply chain, a major link and
one of the key manufacturing trends. One of
Australia’s initiatives was bringing together the
Cairns Group, a coalition of 19 exporting nations
mostly centered in the agricultural sector. The
group has become an significant voice for the
liberalization of agricultural trade.
Australia’s Export volumes as reported to have
increased by 1.7 % in the December quarter of 2009
to be $59.0 billion, to a reported 3.1 % higher
through the year. Over the 10 years straight to the
December quarter of 2009, Australian export volumes have
increased significantly by 23.2 % reciprocated by an export
value increase of 85.9%. Parramatta, Penrith,
Queanbeyan, Tamworth, Wagga Wagga, and Wollongong.
In relation to the Australian export,
the Australian dollar rose considerably in relation against
the US dollar exchange.
The foreign exchange appreciation on
a trade/ export happened during the latter half of the year
2009. In the following year, a fractional reversal was
Australia’s export and terms of trade lessened in the
quarter months of June quarter 2009 after experiencing a
long phase of solid growth.
Since then, the terms of trade have strengthened. China is
Australia's largest export merchandise. their total accounts
to $42.4 billion in 2009 alone
This value is seconded by Japan with ($38.2 billion), the
Republic of Korea being third with ($15.6 billion), India
next with ($14.5 billion) and the United States with($9.6