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Topic 2 - Australia's Place in the Global Economy

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Economy Macroeconomics National accounts Economics International trade International finance Current account Balance of payments Government budget balance Foreign exchange market Economy of Australia Dutch disease
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Economy Macroeconomics National accounts Economics International trade International finance Current account Balance of payments Government budget balance Foreign exchange market Economy of Australia Dutch disease
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The Changing direction of trade ▪ Historically, Australia’s main trading partners were European based, such as the UK throughout the 1950’s. ▪ This has shifted in recent decades to Asian economies such as China, South Korean, Japan and ASEAN countries due to increased trading barriers from the UK when they joined the EU ▪ As these emerging economies demand for production inputs rose, Australia took advantage of this in the 1960’s where Japan became ...
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