Australia's trade growth with developing countries
The share of Australia's exports to developing countries in the 1970s, and its growth over that decade, have been well above the industrial country average. Among the industrial countries, only Japan and (marginally) the United States have higher shares of exports to developing countries, and less so now than in 1970. The share of imports from developing countries has been growing more rapidly in Australia than in any other industrial country and by 1979 was close...[Show more]
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