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4156.0.55.002 - Value of Sport, Australia, 2013 Quality Declaration 
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BALANCE OF TRADE IN SPORTING AND PHYSICAL RECREATION GOODS

The countries shown in the graph below were Australia's major trading partners in sport and physical recreation goods for 2012–13. That is, they were the countries with which total transactions (exports and imports) were greatest. Australia had a trade deficit with all but one of these countries in 2012–13 for sport and physical recreation goods. The largest trade deficit was with China ($841.2m), followed by the USA ($290.3m), Taiwan ($182.5m) and Japan ($96.5m). Australia had a trade surplus in sporting and physical recreation goods with Singapore ($68.7m).

8.5 Balance of trade in selected sport and physical recreation goods - 2012-13
Graph: 8.5 Balance of trade in selected sport and physical recreation goods—2012–13






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