Australia’s export potential is all in the supply chain

Beyond China’s hunger for our resources, which trading partners contribute most to Australia’s output? Once you take supply chains into account, the results may surprise.

A new research discussion paper from the Reserve Bank of Australia, International Trade Costs, Global Supply Chains and Value-added Trade in Australia, provides fresh insight into global supply chains and Australia’s export sector, suggesting that Australia is more reliant on the US and Europe than commonly believed.


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