Australia: Trade balance from 2004 to 2014 (in billion U.S. dollars)

The statistic shows Australia's trade balance from 2004 to 2014. The trade balance is the value of goods exports minus the value of goods imports. A positive value indicates a trade surplus, a negative value a trade deficit. In 2011, Australia's trade surplus amounted to around 26.69 billion U.S. dollars. The same year, the Australian inflation rate amounted to 3.3 percent.

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 Trade balance in billion U.S. dollars
2004 -22.82
2005 -19.18
2006 -15.82
2007 -23.98
2008 -13.02
2009 -11.14
2010 11
2011 26.69
2012 -4.52
2013 10.51
2014 2.63
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