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1350.0 - Australian Economic Indicators, Sep 2008  
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GOODS BY COMMODITY

Goods credits, By commodity group

Rural goods
Manufacturing
Minerals and Metals
Period
Total goods
Total rural goods
Meat and meat prepar-
ations
Cereals grains and cereal prepar-
ations
Wool and sheep-
skins
Other rural(a)
Total Manu-
factu-
ring
Machin-
ery
Trans-
port equip-
ment
Manufact-
ures n.e.s.
Total Minerals and Metals
Metal ores and minerals
Coal, coke and briquettes
Other mineral fuels
Other metals (excl.
gold)
Other non-
rural

(b)
Total other goods-
(c)

Annual ($ million)

2005-06
154 425
25 312
6 709
4 852
2 544
11 207
28 329
8 087
5 316
14 926
77 787
28 936
24 353
13 220
11 278
12 048
10 949
2006-07
169 535
25 135
7 078
4 171
3 065
10 821
29 276
8 437
4 646
16 193
87 709
35 314
21 928
15 642
14 825
14 790
12 625
2007-08
184 148
25 559
6 548
4 998
2 803
11 210
31 483
8 807
5 739
16 937
100 026
42 171
25 117
18 718
14 020
12 889
14 191

Monthly ($ million)

2006-2007
April
13 976
1 928
532
290
275
831
2 325
719
392
1 214
7 467
3 036
1 759
1 307
1 365
1 205
1 051
May
14 830
2 084
560
306
289
929
2 668
748
479
1 441
7 444
3 092
1 793
1 125
1 434
1 420
1 214
June
13 988
1 916
528
198
299
891
2 515
737
394
1 384
6 923
2 906
1 643
1 290
1 084
1 337
1 297
2007-2008
July
14 420
1 897
515
357
200
825
2 674
753
462
1 459
7 415
3 157
1 587
1 363
1 308
1 274
1 160
August
14 806
1 866
516
222
139
989
2 734
756
465
1 513
7 703
3 162
1 765
1 607
1 169
1 242
1 261
September
13 828
2 009
570
321
226
892
2 767
799
464
1 504
7 068
3 056
1 753
1 090
1 169
1 039
945
October
13 810
1 949
539
222
261
927
2 696
768
481
1 447
7 014
2 829
1 632
1 593
960
1 054
1 097
November
14 186
1 964
613
187
277
887
2 630
733
512
1 385
7 292
3 048
1 619
1 504
1 121
1 050
1 250
December
15 696
2 256
619
329
321
987
2 749
805
528
1 416
8 568
3 739
1 868
1 563
1 398
1 064
1 059
January
13 511
1 831
341
434
180
876
1 979
549
277
1 153
7 433
3 302
1 777
1 523
831
906
1 362
February
13 707
2 142
466
530
247
899
2 471
721
504
1 246
6 825
2 723
1 411
1 628
1 063
922
1 347
March
15 535
2 378
574
544
292
968
2 572
725
450
1 397
8 375
3 582
1 856
1 628
1 309
1 066
1 144
April
17 551
2 426
585
594
233
1 014
2 734
749
466
1 519
9 800
4 246
2 816
1 637
1 101
1 148
1 443
May
18 578
2 636
651
748
246
991
2 887
759
641
1 487
10 851
4 579
3 245
1 737
1 290
1 134
1 070
June
18 520
2 205
559
510
181
955
2 590
690
489
1 411
11 682
4 748
3 788
1 845
1 301
990
1 053

(a) The estimates for goods are not necessarily consistent with the corresponding quarterly estimates, shown in tables 2.4 obtained from Balance of Payments and International Investment Position, Australia, (cat. no. 5302.0) due to data revisions to the original monthly data not feeding into the quarterly original series until the next quarterly release of Balance of Payments and International Investment Position, Australia, (cat. no. 5302.0).
(b) For all time period, estimates for sugar, sugar preparations and honey are included in Other non-rural.
(c) Includes Goods and processing; Repairs on goods; Goods procured in ports by carriers; and Non-monetary gold.
Source: International Trade in Goods and Services, Australia, cat. no. 5368.0

Goods Debits(a), By commodity group

Consumption goods
Capital goods
Intermediate and other merchandise goods
Period
Total goods
Total
consumption
goods
Food and
beverages for
consumption
Non-industrial
transport
equipment
Textiles,
clothing
and
footwear
Toys,
books
and
leisure
goods
Other consumption goods(b)
Total capital goods
Machinery
and
industrial
equipment
ADP
equipment

(c)
Industrial
transport
equipment
n.e.s.
Other capital goods(d)
Total
I & OMG
Fuels and lubricants
Parts for transport equipment
Parts for ADP equipment(c)
Other parts for capital goods
Organic and inorganic chemicals
Textile yarn and fabrics
Plastics
Processed industrial supplies n.e.s.
Other(e)
Other goods(f)

Annual ($ million)

2005-06
-169 716
-50 322
-6 170
-13 589
-6 365
-4 055
-20 143
-39 996
-14 328
-6 073
-5 495
-14 100
-72 722
-21 014
-7 314
-1 857
-10 154
-4 134
-1 361
-2 517
-15 856
-8 515
-6 676
2006-07
-183 527
-54 998
-7 181
-14 889
-6 805
-4 330
-21 793
-41 199
-15 306
-6 847
-6 458
-12 588
-79 908
-21 470
-8 355
-1 620
-11 762
-4 406
-1 365
-2 957
-17 791
-10 182
-7 422
2007-08
-204 935
-59 574
-7 841
-16 867
-7 050
-4 574
-23 242
-45 280
-16 447
-6 717
-7 666
-14 450
-90 465
-29 569
-8 836
-1 115
-11 958
-4 674
-1 335
-3 063
-20 013
-9 902
-9 616

Monthly ($ million)

2006-2007
April
-14 827
-4 329
-556
-1 350
-505
-293
-1 625
-3 232
-1 202
-578
-535
-917
-6 673
-1 782
-672
-99
-1 002
-373
-106
-234
-1 584
-821
-593
May
-15 854
-4 415
-560
-1 180
-473
-375
-1 827
-3 831
-1 174
-632
-634
-1 391
-7 060
-2 072
-699
-126
-1 061
-371
-114
-266
-1 556
-795
-548
June
-15 709
-4 344
-501
-1 274
-483
-355
-1 731
-3 755
-1 255
-661
-623
-1 216
-6 757
-2 025
-691
-116
-961
-297
-111
-232
-1 469
-855
-853
2007-2008
July
-15 480
-4 643
-580
-1 177
-614
-327
-1 945
-3 262
-1 257
-588
-509
-908
-6 733
-1 813
-696
-102
-1 020
-383
-115
-242
-1 517
-845
-842
August
-17 107
-5 065
-702
-1 276
-657
-402
-2 028
-3 787
-1 408
-573
-586
-1 220
-7 369
-2 166
-816
-108
-1 025
-414
-116
-262
-1 600
-862
-886
September
-15 822
-4 952
-649
-1 291
-587
-453
-1 972
-3 587
-1 412
-538
-577
-1 060
-6 721
-2 027
-680
-101
-956
-397
-117
-259
-1 442
-742
-562
October
-17 732
-5 560
-684
-1 447
-623
-489
-2 317
-3 701
-1 275
-537
-600
-1 289
-7 685
-2 301
-753
-90
-1 062
-389
-120
-280
-1 790
-900
-786
November
-17 687
-5 505
-755
-1 511
-588
-471
-2 180
-4 069
-1 504
-575
-713
-1 277
-7 323
-2 246
-788
-89
-1 018
-319
-123
-284
-1 644
-812
-790
December
-15 886
-4 751
-652
-1 469
-501
-339
-1 790
-3 783
-1 313
-611
-596
-1 263
-6 864
-2 345
-655
-94
-921
-293
-100
-239
-1 526
-691
-488
January
-17 093
-4 856
-668
-1 406
-668
-339
-1 775
-3 515
-1 445
-543
-643
-884
-7 807
-2 633
-701
-88
-923
-455
-116
-254
-1 772
-865
-915
February
-16 908
-4 825
-642
-1 318
-728
-314
-1 823
-3 629
-1 242
-468
-598
-1 321
-7 574
-2 549
-743
-78
-984
-434
-104
-234
-1 595
-853
-880
March
-17 007
-4 609
-615
-1 499
-483
-294
-1 718
-4 107
-1 470
-554
-658
-1 425
-7 528
-2 702
-715
-87
-912
-350
-98
-237
-1 645
-782
-763
April
-17 718
-4 974
-642
-1 494
-586
-339
-1 913
-3 729
-1 356
-590
-661
-1 122
-8 133
-2 754
-764
-88
-1 067
-409
-113
-257
-1 880
-801
-882
May
-18 535
-5 043
-650
-1 583
-514
-432
-1 864
-3 807
-1 397
-560
-666
-1 184
-8 737
-3 187
-789
-95
-1 099
-412
-109
-266
-1 895
-885
-948
June
-17 960
-4 791
-602
-1 396
-501
-375
-1 917
-4 304
-1 368
-580
-859
-1 497
-7 991
-2 846
-736
-95
-971
-419
-104
-249
-1 707
-864
-874

(a) The estimates for goods and services are not necessarily consistent with the corresponding quarterly estimates, shown in tables 2.1 obtained from Balance of Payments and International Investment Position, Australia, (cat. no. 5302.0) due to data revisions to the original monthly data not feeding into the quarterly original series until the next quarterly release of Balance of Payments and International Investment Position, Australia, (cat. no. 5302.0).
(b) Includes Consumption goods n.e.s. and Household electrical items.
(c) ADP, Automated Data Processing.
(d) Includes Capital goods n.e.s.; Telecommunications equipment and Civic aircraft.
(e) Includes Other merchandise goods; Food and beverages, mainly for industry; Primary industrial supplies n.e.s.; Paper and paperboard; and Iron and steel.
(f) Includes Goods for processing; Repairs on goods; Goods procured in ports by carriers; and Non-monetary old.
Source: International Trade in Goods and Services, Australia, cat. no. 5368.0






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