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8155.0 - Australian Industry, 2006-07 Quality Declaration 
Previous ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 08/10/2008   
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KEY DATA

Table 1.1 contains the only times series included in this publication. Selected items are presented from 2004-05 to 2006-07.

For Total selected industries, the key aggregates of income, expenses and industry value added increased by 12%, 9% and 13% respectively between 2005-06 and 2006-07. Operating profit before tax (OPBT) increased by 32%, and earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortisation (EBITDA) increased by 14%.

All industries other than Agriculture, forestry and fishing recorded increases in total income. Agriculture, forestry and fishing total income declined by 2%. The largest percentage increase (28%) was recorded by the Rental, hiring and real estate services industry. Manufacturing recorded the largest absolute increase ($41.0b).

All industries recorded increases in total expenses. The largest percentage increase (16%) occurred in the Professional, scientific and technical services, industry and the largest absolute increase ($35.4b) in Manufacturing.

For Total selected industries EBITDA increased by $35.3b from 2005-06. The largest absolute increase in EBITDA between 2005-06 and 2006-07 occurred in Mining ($10.1b). Mining was also the largest contributor ($50.0b, or 17%) to the estimate of EBITDA for Total selected industries.

OPBT for Total selected industries increased by $64.7b. Rental, hiring and real estate services recorded the largest absolute increase in OPBT ($17.2b), followed by Mining ($10.1b). The largest contributor to OPBT in 2006-07 was Mining ($42.2b, or 16%).

For information about collection methodology, see Technical Note 1.

The Glossary provides definitions for terms used.





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