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  • Economy of Australia

    Economy of Australia Globalization has largely benefited the Australian economy. Australia has an abundance of natural resources that their population of 23 million people can’t use‚ so they sell the surplus to other countries that have a demand for the resources‚ giving Australia a world market of over 6.5 billion people. The Australian economy has experienced continuous growth and low unemployment‚ contained inflation‚ very low public debt‚ and a strong and stable financial system. By 2012

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  • Tourism Australia

    0 Conclusion 11.0 References 1. Analysis of Organisation 1.1. Mission/vision statement Tourism Australia is the Australia Government agency which is in charge of attracting visitors from all over the world to Australia and encouraging Australians to travel domestically not only for business but also for leisure time. The aim of Tourism Australia is to improve the economy of Australia tourism. To achieve this‚ Tourism 2020- a new strategy has been carried out. The purpose of the strategy

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  • Australia Post

    or overseas: Postal industry is long history industry‚ and which is used be necessary in people’s life. Since 1809‚ Australian Postal Corporation (Australia Post) has been found by one postman in Sydney. And now‚ Australia Post has become the largest postman in Australia. Key product and services segment and industry cycle: The Australia postal industry can be divided into two main segments: 1) The parcel segment‚ which is the largest segment in the industry. For the past few years

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  • Economy Overview

    Economy Overview In the Australian economy there has been a continuous growth and features a low unemployment‚ contained inflation‚ very low public debt‚ and a strong and stable financial system.  Australia had experienced more than 20 years of continued economic growth‚ averaging 3.5% a year. Australia was comparatively unaffected by the global financial crisis‚ Australia has benefited from a dramatic surge in its terms of trading in recent years. Australia has the best exporter of natural resources

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  • International: Economics and Australia

    analysis of the Australian market Australia is the 15th richest nation in per capita terms and is the 6th oldest continuously functioning democracy in the world. Australia has the 14th biggest overall economy in the world and the 9th biggest economy. Australia’s economy is open and innovative. Over the past decade solid productivity gains have been accompanied by low inflation and interest rates.Also Australia has low barrieirs to trade and investment .Australia foreign and trade policies promote

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  • Food Technology Australia

    that influence the availability of foods currently on offer in Australia in 2014. (15 marks) The availability of foods currently on offer in Australia is influenced by numerous factors including; Technology The Economy The political situation of the country Government Economical and Political influences‚ influence the availability of food currently on offer in Australia significantly and will be explored in more detail. Economy is the financial system of a country or region developed by the

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  • Australia macroeconomic analysis

    Macroeconomic analysis of Australia Australia’s economy is the world’s top 10 and is shown to be stable during the past 20 years. The GDP growth rate‚ averages 3.5% and the GDP per capita is increasing‚ meaning that people have bigger buying capability and would be willing to purchase B&O’s expensive products. Unemployment rate has grown dramatically‚ despite declining for several years‚ it has jumped to 6.2% in 2014 which was caused by lack of available positions‚ rather than lack of relevant experience

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  • Australia vs China

    The differences between Australia and China Australia and China are known to be different in almost every characteristic According to Hofstede’s Cultural dimensions. These two countries are different in all the five aspects‚ which are‚ individualism‚ power distance‚ uncertainty avoidance‚ masculinity and long term orientation. Begin with China; Chinese people are very collectivism as they like to do things in group‚ high in power distance as inequality is considered to be normal and low score

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  • The Impact of Globalization in Australia

    THE IMPACT OF GLOBALISATION ON AUSTRALIA Globalisation is the breakdown of traditional barriers between nation states‚ allowing the movement of goods‚ capital‚ people and information. Globalisation has immensely impacted Australia socially‚ economically and politically. Australia has been affected socially by globalisation‚ which has resulted in Australia experiencing Americanisation. Many American movies‚ shows‚ media‚ music and news gets publicised in Australia‚ which influences Australian youths

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  • National Digital Economy

    #au 20 National Digital Economy Strategy Leveraging the National Broadband Network to drive Australia’s Digital Productivity Images on pages 10‚ 19‚ 26‚ 49‚ 50 and 51 contributed by NBN Co Ltd. © Copyright 2011 DBCDE Unless otherwise noted in the ‘Materials Excluded and Rights Reserved’ list below‚ the text in the DBCDE National Digital Economy Strategy is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Australia licence. More information on this CC BY 3.0 licence is set out at http://creativecommons

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