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Industry value added by the grocery sector Australia FY 2016, by product class

This statistic displays the industry value added by the grocery sector in Australia in the financial year 2016, by product class. That financial year, the value added of the human pharmaceutical and medicinal product subsector reached approximately 2.5 billion Australian dollars in Australia.

Industry value added by the grocery sector in Australia in the financial year 2016, by product class

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Release date

October 2017

Region

Australia

Survey time period

financial year 2016

Special properties

Australia's financial years run from July to June of the following year. For example, FY 2016 starts on July 1, 2015 and ends on June 30, 2016.

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