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Economic Roundup Summer 2004-05

Date:

Tuesday, 1 March 2005

Content ID:

958

Abstract:

The Summer 2004-05 edition of the Economic Roundup contains the following articles in PDF, RTF and HTML formats:

  • Australia's medium-term challenges
  • Measuring recent trends in Australia's economic remoteness
  • Why have Australia's imports of goods increased so much?
  • The changing pattern of East Asia's growth
  • Foreign investment issues in the Australia-United States Free Trade Agreement
  • Australian net private wealth
  • Key themes from the Treasury Business Liaison Program - November 2004

Documents Available:


Acrobat (PDF) documents

 Acrobat (PDF)

Economic Roundup Summer 2004-05 - Full Document  543.56kb
Preliminaries  115.33kb
Australia's medium-term challenges  227.36kb
Measuring recent trends in Australia's economic remoteness  168.00kb
Why have Australia's imports of goods increased so much?  209.41kb
The changing pattern of East Asia's growth  296.64kb
Foreign investment issues in the Australia-United States Free Trade Agreement  205.61kb
Australian net private wealth  229.81kb
Key themes from the Treasury Business Liaison Program - November 2004  135.42kb
Sources of economic data  86.34kb
Past editions of Economic Roundup  62.79kb

HTML documents

 HTML

Preliminaries  3.78kb
Australia's medium-term challenges  37.18kb
Measuring recent trends in Australia's economic remoteness  23.71kb
Why have Australia's imports of goods increased so much?  23.76kb
The changing pattern of East Asia's growth  44.42kb
Foreign investment issues in the Australia-United States Free Trade Agreement  40.35kb
Australian net private wealth  20.35kb
Key themes from the Treasury Business Liaison Program - November 2004  12.50kb
Sources of economic data  3.33kb
Past editions of Economic Roundup  2.87kb

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