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Exporter Guide - Australia

'Despite continued Covid impact, Australia’s economy has begun to recover'

Underpinning Australia's strong economy is its open and transparent trade and investment environment, and trade and economic links with emerging economies, particularly in Asia. The U.S. - Australia Free Trade Agreement provides some advantages for U.S. products, which are well regarded as high quality and good value.

The United States accounted for US$1.2 billion or 12 percent of Australia’s total food related imports in 2020. Despite continued impact on the economy in 2021 due to the COVID-19 Delta strain, Australia’s economy has begun to recover, and consumer sentiment has rebounded.

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Imports of consumer oriented products
The value of Australian consumer-oriented food imports totaled $10.4 billion in 2020. The United States accounted for US$1.2 billion or 12 percent of total imports. Most of Australia’s imports in these sectors are sourced from New Zealand and the United States is the second largest supplier.

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