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Australia's trade and investment relations with Trans-Pacific Partnership(TPP) countries 2014-151
The TPP countries represent:
- 25.6% of world trade (valued at US$12.0 trillion)
- 36.2% of the world economy (valued at US$28.0 trillion)
- 11.2% of world population (a market of 806 million people)
- Total exports - $107 billion
- Total imports - $118 billion
- Total two-way trade - $226 billion (34.2% of all Australian trade)
Top 5 exports to TPP^
- Liquified natural gas - $16.7 billion**
- Coal - $12.8 billion
- Iron ores and concentrates - $8.4 billion
- Professional, technical and other business services - $4.7 billion
- Personal travel, excluding education - $4.6 billion
Top 5 imports from TPP*
- Refined petroleum - $11.8 billion
- Crude petroleum - $9.6 billion
- Personal travel, excluding education - $9.0 billion
- Passenger motor vehicles- $8.3 billion
- Transport services - $6.4 billion
- In 2014 the total stock of Australian foreign investment (valued at $868 billion) in TPP countries was 45.3%
- In 2014 the total stock of foreign investment in Australia (valued at approximately $1.1 trillion) from TPP countries was 39.9%
1 - The Trans-Pacific Partnership negotiations include 12 countries: Australia, Brunei Darussalam, Canada, Chile, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Peru, Singapore, the United States of America and Vietnam.
^ - Crude petroleum is also a major export, however published data is not available. Excludes some confidential items of trade.
* - Excludes some confidential items of trade.
** - Japanese and Malaysian Customs imports figures, includes freight and insurance.