June 19, 2018 at 11:49 pm #203649
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The graphs below show the value of Australian trading with China, Japan and the United States. (Value is estimated in term of australian dollars – billions)
The line graphs illustrate the value of Australia which trade with three different countries such as China, Japan and the United Stated a 6-year period starting in 2004.
Overall, it seems evident that the value of business between the US and Australia remained during the period and the value of export was higher than the value of import, while the value of trade of Australia with the other countries increased.
From 2004 to 2008, the value of import and export of Australia with Japan were around with 20 and 10 billions of dollars in 2004, respectively. In addition, the value of export of these remained around 12 millions of dollars to 2008, whereas the value of import reached beach to 40 billions of dollars in 2008. Furthermore, the value of Australia which trade with China were around 10 billions of dollars for import and 20 billions of dollars for export in 2004. These were a quick rise to about 31 billions of dollars of both in 2008. However, the value of import of the US with Australia remained stable with 10 billions of dollars and the value of export also remained with 30 billions of dollars in 2008.
In 2009, the figure for billions of dollars of both import and export between Australia and the US still remained. By contrast, the trade between China and Australia went up in terms of import and export to 40 and 31 billions of dollars, respectively. The amount of billions of dollar of export of Australia with Japan also lightly increased approximately 12 billions of dollars, while the value of import between Australia and Japan declined by 31 billions of dollars.
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