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Australia is one of the most developed, modern market economies in the world. According to 2011 estimates, it has a GDP of $1.6 trillion, making it the 13th largest economy in the world. The service sector is the largest sector of the economy, contributing 68% of GDP with the mining sector contributing 19%. The economy is largely reliant upon the mining sector for economic growth. Australia is a member of the APEC, G-20, OECD, and WTO organizations.

Major Australia Indicators

Period Value % Chg Prev
Components of GDP (View all 1)
Australia Exports of Goods and Services (NSA) 2016 227.29B USD -14.18%
Australia Imports of Goods and Services (NSA) 2016 21.08% of GDP -0.22%
Economic Activity Indexes (View all 1)
Australia Economic Freedom Index 2017 81.00 0.87%
Energy (View all 1)
Australia Gas Rig Count Nov 2017 13.00 -7.14%
Environment (View all 1)
Australia CO2 Emissions (NSA) 2014 15.40 mt/Capita -4.38%
Government Assets and Liabilities (View all 1)
Australia Government Debt (NSA) 2015 36.83% of GDP 7.87%
House Prices (View all 1)
Australia House Price Index Q2 2017 209.14 1.67%
International Transactions (View all 1)
Australia Exports of Goods and Services (NSA) 2016 227.29B USD -14.18%
Australia Imports of Goods and Services (NSA) 2016 21.08% of GDP -0.22%
Personal Income and Spending (View all 1)
Australia GINI Index (NSA) 2010 34.70
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