Australia balance of trade

Australia balance of trade: 5773 (-4.21%)
Last Update: May 31, 2024

Australia balance of trade closed down 5773 as of May 31, 2024 from 6027 from the previous month and 10467 from last year.

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Australia balance of trade

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Australia balance of trade

2024-05-31 5773
2024-04-30 6027
2024-03-31 4254
2024-02-29 6716
2024-01-31 9616
2023-12-31 9687
2023-11-30 11311
2023-10-31 7804
2023-09-30 5893
2023-08-31 10075
2023-07-31 8067
2023-06-30 10238
2023-05-31 10467
2023-04-30 9663
2023-03-31 14429
2023-02-28 14081
2023-01-31 11488
2022-12-31 13385
2022-11-30 14287
2022-10-31 12213
2022-09-30 12494
2022-08-31 8917
2022-07-31 8819
2022-06-30 17248

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Australia balance of trade Historical Data

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What is the Australia balance of trade

Australia's balance of trade refers to the difference between the value of exports and imports of goods and services in the country. A positive balance of trade occurs when the value of exports exceeds the value of imports, leading to a trade surplus. On the other hand, a negative balance of trade, or trade deficit, occurs when the value of imports is greater than the value of exports. Australia has historically had a trade deficit due to its reliance on imports of goods such as machinery, vehicles, and electronics. However, the country also has a strong export market, particularly in industries like mining, agriculture, and education services, which helps to offset some of the imports. Overall, Australia's balance of trade plays a crucial role in determining its economic health and stability.