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Flag of Austria Austria

Austria joined the European Union (EU) in 1995.

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Flag of Belgium Belgium

The European Council and the European Commission are based in Brussels.

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Flag of France France

The French economy is exceptionally diversified and is among the largest economies in the EU.

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Flag of Germany Germany

Germany is the world's fourth biggest economy and largest exporter.

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Flag of Ireland Ireland

Ireland has been considered as one of the most open trading economies in the world.

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Flag of Luxembourg Luxembourg

Luxembourg has a relatively open and stable economy.

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Flag of the Netherlands Netherlands

For a country with a small population, the Netherlands has a large and powerful economic position.

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Flag of Switzerland Switzerland

Switzerland is an open economy with one of the highest standards of living and one of the highest per capita incomes in the world.

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Flag of the United Kingdom United Kingdom

The UK is the world's seventh largest economy.

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Flag of Denmark Denmark

Denmark has emerged as holding a pre-eminent position as the gateway to northern and eastern Europe.

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Flag of Finland Finland

Finland has had one of the best performing economies in the EU and its banks largely escaped the worst of the financial crisis.

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Flag of Norway Norway

Norway's economy is today characterised by substantial petroleum revenues, sharp growth in government expenditure, a tight labour market and high cost inflation.

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Flag of Sweden Sweden

The Swedish economy is heavily dependent on a highly developed and internationally successful industrial sector.

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Flag of Croatia Croatia

Capital markets responded well to a $1.5 billion Croatian bond issue in 2013.

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Flag of Czech Republic Czech Republic

The Czech economy is making a solid recovery after the global financial crisis.

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Flag of Hungary Hungary

Hungary is one of the most advanced Central European countries.

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Flag of Poland Poland

Poland was the only country in the European Union (EU) to avoid recession as a result of the 2008-09 global financial crisis.

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Flag of Romania Romania

In 2011, the Romanian government signed a two-year standby agreement with the IMF to safeguard against further instability.

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Flag of the Slovak Republic Slovak Republic

The Slovak Republic is now among the best-performing economies in the European Union.

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Flag of Greece Greece

The main engine of the Greek economy is the services sector.

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Flag of Italy Italy

Italy is a founding member of the European Union.

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Flag of Portugal Portugal

Portugal has become a diversified and increasingly service-based economy since joining the EU.

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Flag of Spain Spain

While other sectors have suffered since 2008, services, particularly tourism, continue to play an important role.

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Flag of Bahrain Bahrain

Bahrain has developed a strong financial centre, offering both onshore and offshore facilities.

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Flag of Iran Iran

Iran is a significant regional economy with a large and fast-growing population.

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Flag of Iraq Iraq

In 2008, Iraq approved a reconstruction budget totalling $48 billion.

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Flag of Israel Israel

Israel has a technologically advanced market economy with substantial, though diminishing, government participation.

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Flag of Jordan Jordan

A series of reforms are positioning Jordan as an emerging regional centre.

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Flag of Kuwait Kuwait

Kuwait has a small, relatively open economy dominated by the oil industry and government sector.

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Flag of Oman Oman

The government is seeking to increase non-oil revenues.

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Flag of Qatar Qatar

One of the world’s highest GDP per capita and growth forecasts in the world.

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Flag of Saudi Arabia Saudi Arabia

Saudi Arabia is the Middle East's largest economy.

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Flag of Turkey Turkey

Turkey has increasingly been grouped with the rapidly-growing BRIC economies.

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Flag of the United Arab Emirates United Arab Emirates

The UAE is a major player in world energy markets.

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Flag of Egypt Egypt

Egypt is a member of several trade alliances.

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Flag of Libya Libya

Libya’s economic performance in recent years has been poor.

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Flag of Morocco Morocco

The IMF considers Morocco an emerging market.

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Flag of Azerbaijan Azerbaijan

Oil will continue to underpin Azerbaijan's economy for the foreseeable future.

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Flag of Kazakhstan Kazakhstan

Kazakhstan’s economy has performed strongly over the last decade.

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Flag of Ethiopia Ethiopia

Ethiopia is a multi-cultural and multi-ethnic country.

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Flag of Ghana Ghana

Ghana’s economy grew faster than any other in the world in 2011.

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Flag of Kenya Kenya

Kenya is an agriculturally dependent country with the main cash crops being tea and coffee.

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Flag of Madagascar Madagascar

Challenging operating environment, with distinct niche areas of opportunity.

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Flag of Mauritius Mauritius

Mauritius has successfully moved away from being a low-income, monocrop economy.

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Flag of South Africa South Africa

The South African economy is in transition.

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Flag of Zambia Zambia

All exchange controls have been abolished in Zambia and since 1991 liberal laws have been introduced to encourage private enterprise.

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Flag of India India

India has been one of the world's fastest growing large economies in recent decades.

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Flag of Nepal Nepal

Nepal's economic growth has been adversely affected by the political uncertainty.

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Flag of Pakistan Pakistan

Pakistan's economy is made up of the services, industry/manufacturing and agriculture sectors.

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Flag of Sri-Lanka Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka is characterised by high levels of literacy and life expectancy and a low rate of infant mortality.

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Flag of Bangladesh Bangladesh

Bangladesh remains an agricultural economy, with agriculture contributing around 20 per cent of GDP and employing over 50 per cent of the labour force.

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Flag of China China

China's increasing middle class and urbanised population is demanding more sophisticated services.

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Flag of Hong-Kong Hong Kong

Hong Kong is a major international and regional financial centre.

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Flag of Japan Japan

Japan is Australia's second largest export market.

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Flag of Macau Macau

Macau has experienced very strong economic growth in recent years.

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Flag of Mongolia Mongolia

The biggest opportunity in the future for the economy is in the expansion of the mining and resources sector.

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Flag of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea Democratic People's Republic of Korea

The DPRK has a centrally planned economy that, for the most part, operates outside international economic, banking and trade systems.

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Flag of the Republic of Korea Republic of Korea

Australia's fourth-largest overall trading partner.

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Taiwan

Taiwan's economy rebounded strongly after the Global Financial Crisis.

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Flag of Brunei Brunei

Brunei's small, high-income, open economy is underpinned by revenue from the oil and gas sector.

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Flag of Cambodia Cambodia

Cambodia has a relatively open trading regime, and acceded to the WTO in 2004.

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Flag of East Timor East Timor

The Timorese Government is seeking to use its oil revenues in support of long-term economic development, economic diversification and poverty reduction.

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Flag of Guam Guam

The US armed forces own one-third of the land in Guam and provide about 60 per cent of its income.

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Flag of Indonesia Indonesia

The Indonesian economy withstood the global financial crisis better than many analysts expected.

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Flag of Laos Laos

Laos is increasingly open to international trade.

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Flag of Malaysia Malaysia

Malaysia is a strong supporter of the multilateral trading system, in particular the World Trade Organization.

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Flag of Myanmar Myanmar

Myanmar is a member of the World Trade Organization and ASEAN.

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Flag of the Philippines Philippines

The Philippine economy is the fifth-largest in ASEAN.

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Flag of Singapore Singapore

Singapore is Australia's largest trade and investment partner in ASEAN.

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Flag of Thailand Thailand

Australia and Thailand have longstanding and deep connections.

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Flag of Vietnam Vietnam

Vietnam became a member of the WTO on 11 January 2007.

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Flag of Fiji Fiji

Two-way trade is worth nearly $1.6 billion annually.

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Flag of New Caledonia New Caledonia

New Caledonians enjoy a GDP per capita that is slightly higher than New Zealand’s.

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Flag of New Zealand New Zealand

Based on trade in goods and services during 2011, New Zealand is now Australia's seventh largest trading partner.

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Flag of Papua-New-Guinea Papua New Guinea

The LNG project represents an enormous growth opportunity.

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Flag of the Solomon Islands Solomon Islands

Shipping and air services directly connect Solomon Islands with Australia.

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Flag of Vanuatu Vanuatu

Vanuatu's economic growth is driven largely by tourism and construction.

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Flag of Canada Canada

Canada has a low population density and a vast wealth of natural resources.

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Flag of the United States of America United States of America

The United States is by far the world's largest economy.

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Flag of Mexico Mexico

Currently one of only two Latin American members of the OECD.

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Flag of Argentina Argentina

Although Argentina is an industrialised country, its exports continue to be dominated by agricultural products.

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Flag of Brazil Brazil

Brazil is the largest economy in Latin America.

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Flag of Chile Chile

The Australia-Chile Free Trade Agreement entered into force on 6 March 2009.

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Flag of Colombia Colombia

Australia and Colombia enjoy growing commercial relations in mining, energy and education.

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Flag of Peru Peru

Over the last decade, Peru has been very active in engaging the global economy.

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