Balance of Payments and International Investment Position, Australia

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Balance of payments statistics on current, capital and financial transactions and the international investment position statement

Reference period
June 2022
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Key statistics

  • The current account surplus, seasonally adjusted, rose $15,550m to $18,324m. 
  • The capital and financial account deficit rose $11,316m to $18,883m.
  • Australia’s net international investment liability position was $834,393m at 30 June 2022.

Main features

Key figures (a)
 Mar 22 ($m)Jun 22 ($m)
Balance on current account (b)2,77418,324
Balance on goods and services (b)26,74643,085
Net primary income (b)-23,241-23,950
Capital and financial account-7,567-18,883
International investment position (c)853,488834,393

(a) Trend series is not published from June Quarter 2019.
(b) Seasonally adjusted.
(c) Levels at end of period.

The Current account surplus increased by $18.3 billion in the June 2022 quarter, recording the 13th consecutive surplus. The increase was driven by an increase in the balance on goods and services which rose by $16.3 billion to $43.1 billion, the highest level on record.

Higher prices for Australian commodity exports resulted in a 4.6 per cent rise in the terms of trade, with the index reaching 130.7, the highest level on record. 

Annual exports of Coal, coke and briquettes exceeded $100 billion for the first time over the 2021-22 financial year. The recovery of Travel services, following the reopening of Australia’s international border earlier in the year, also contributed to the rise in exports.

The net primary income deficit widened to $24.0 billion driven by high dividend payments to non-residents as profits remained strong on the back of higher commodity prices.

The capital and financial account recorded a deficit of $18.9b during the June 2022 quarter driven by a financial account deficit of $18.7b. The deficit was driven by a net outflow in both Currency and deposits and Loans following increased foreign demand for Australian currency. 

Australia's net IIP liability decreased $19.1b to $834.4b at 30 June 2022 driven by a net foreign equity asset position increase of $34.3b and partly offset by a net foreign debt liability position increase of $15.2b. 

 

(a) Seasonally adjusted estimates at current prices.

COVID-19 in this publication

Suspension of trend estimates

The trend series attempts to measure underlying behaviour of international trade activity. In the short term, this measurement will be significantly affected by the current COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent changes to regular patterns in international trade that will occur during this time. If the trend estimates in this publication were to be calculated without fully accounting for this unusual event, they would provide a misleading view of underlying international trade activity.

It may be some time before the underlying trend in international trade activity can be accurately estimated. The trend series has therefore been suspended from June quarter 2019 and will be reinstated when more certainty emerges in the underlying trend in international trade.

Seasonal adjustment and COVID-19

International Accounts uses the concurrent seasonal adjustment method, meaning that seasonal factors are re-estimated each time new data becomes available. If not appropriately accounted for, unusual events, such as COVID-19, can distort estimates calculated using this method. From March quarter 2020, seasonal factors for series with significant and prolonged impacts from COVID-19 will be calculated using the forward factor method.

The ABS has advised users that it had moved to using forward factors for seasonal analysis of a number of series, including Travel Services. Current ABS (and international practice) requires at least three years of data to assess whether a change in the seasonal pattern has occurred. Should COVID-19 result in a long-term change to the seasonal pattern then revisions to these series may occur in the future. The ABS will consult with users on any future methods changes to seasonal adjustment and potential revisions.

For more information on interpreting seasonally adjusted estimates of International travel services please see the May 2020 feature article International Travel Services time series which outlines the matter in greater detail.

Changes in this issue

Enhancing quarterly Trade in Services statistics

The ABS is enhancing the quarterly international trade in services statistics. Further information on the enhancements and publication changes can be found in the attached article.

A summary of the implications to the current publication are:

  • The ABS has made changes to include the most up to date international trade in services data in the Balance of Payments and International Investment Position, Australia publication. These changes mean the quarterly estimates will not equal the sum of the three months that have been published in the International Trade in Goods and Services, Australia publication, however, the quarterly estimates will be of a higher quality. 
  • From the June 2022 reference quarter, the full suite of quarterly international trade in services data will be available from the Balance of Payments and International Investment Position, Australia publication for the current reference quarter.

Revisions to Travel Services debits

As outlined in the June 2022 International Trade in Goods and Services, Australia publication, this issue of the quarterly Balance of Payments and International Investment Position incorporates revisions to the Travel Services debits series following a review of the annual benchmark used to calculate this series.

From the September 2021 reference quarter a new benchmarking method was implemented to calculate Travel Services debits. Please see article "Australian System of National Accounts historical revisions" for more details. The ABS has reviewed the benchmark in light of restrictions on international travel easing late last year, resulting in upward revisions to Travel Services debits back to December quarter 2021. The revised estimates more accurately reflect the increasing value of travel debits as the pattern of Australian residents travelling overseas returns towards pre-pandemic levels.

These revisions will also be incorporated in the June quarter 2022 release of Australian National Accounts: National Income, Expenditure and Product.

Current Account

Balance on current account in current prices, seasonally adjusted (a) - June quarter 2022
   Mar 22 ($m)Jun 22 ($m)Mar 22 to Jun 22 ($m)
Balance on current account2,77418,32415,550
Balance on goods and services26,74643,08516,339
Net goods31,71848,50116,783
Net Services-4,972-5,415-443
Net primary income-23,241-23,950-709
Net secondary income-731-811-80

(a) For sign conventions, see the Concepts section in the Explanatory notes in the Methodology.

Terms of trade

Australia's seasonally adjusted terms of trade on net goods and services for the June quarter 2022 rose 4.6% to 130.7, with an increase of 8.7% in the implicit price deflator (IPD) for goods and services credits and an increase of 4.0% in the IPD for goods and services debits. 

 

(a) Seasonally adjusted, reference year 2019-20 = 100

Relationship between IPD, EPI and IPI

Differences between the IPD and International Trade Price Indexes can arise due to a number of methodological factors, including differences in pricing points, timing, coverage and weights.

Price comparison (QoQ % change)
 Implicit price deflators (a)Implicit price deflators (a)Chain Laspeyres Indexes (b)International Trade Price Indexes (b)
 Seasonally AdjustedOriginalOriginalOriginal
Goods exports10.110.110.810.1
Services exports1.20.91.1na
Goods imports4.55.14.74.3
Services imports-0.6-2.31.8na

na not available.
(a) Reference year 2019-20 = 100.
(b) Source: International Trade Price Indexes, Australia (cat. no. 6457.0).

(a) Reference year 2019-20 = 100.
(b) Source: International Trade Price Indexes, Australia.

Balance on goods and services

In seasonally adjusted chain volume terms, the balance on goods and services was a surplus of $2,202m, a rise of $5,069m on the revised March quarter 2022 deficit of $2,867m. 

The rise in the balance on goods and services surplus of $5.1 billion (seasonally adjusted chain volume measure) is expected to contribute 1.0 percentage points to the June 2022 GDP quarterly movement. 

(a) Seasonally adjusted, reference year 2019-20.

Exports of goods (credits)

In seasonally adjusted terms at current prices, goods credits rose $19,794m (14.6%) to $154,992m, with volumes up 4.2% and prices up 10.0%. 

 

Goods credits, price and volume change - seasonally adjusted - June quarter 2022
  Current prices ($m)Current prices (%)Chain volume measures (a) (%)Implicit price deflators (a)(b)(%)
Exports of goods19,79414.64.210.0
 Rural goods1,1987.35.91.4
 Non-rural goods17,58815.63.112.2
 Net exports of goods under merchanting---1.71.9
 Non-monetary gold1,00916.514.61.6

- nil (including null cells).
(a) Reference year 2019-20 = 100.
(b) Movements in indexes are based on data to four decimal places.

Rural goods

Rural goods, current price (seasonally adjusted)
  Mar 22 ($m)Jun 22 ($m)Mar 22 to Jun 22 ($m)Mar 22 to Jun 22 (%)
Rural goods16,34117,5391,1987.3
 Meat and meat preparations3,9374,37643911.2
 Cereal grains and cereal preparations4,1374,63449712.0
 Wool and sheepskins7601,00624632.4
 Other rural(a)7,5087,523150.2

(a) For all time periods, estimates for sugar, sugar preparations and honey are included in Other non-rural.

Non-rural goods

Non-rural goods, current price (seasonally adjusted)
  Mar 22 ($m)Jun 22 ($m)Mar 22 to Jun 22 ($m)Mar 22 to Jun 22 (%)
Non-rural goods112,580130,16817,58815.6
 Metal ores and minerals(a)42,96843,4344661.1
 Coal, coke and briquettes(a)29,08240,82311,74140.4
 Other mineral fuels(a)21,87226,2904,41820.2
 Metals (excl. non-monetary gold)3,6064,05144512.3
 Machinery2,9653,026612.1
 Transport equipment1,0681,057-11-1.0
 Other manufactures6,3746,322-52-0.8
 Other non-rural (incl. sugar and beverages)(c)(d)3,7824,19841611.0
 Goods procured in ports by carriers(b)86396610311.9

(a) Separate seasonally adjusted factors for current price and chain volume measures are applied. 
(b) In using these seasonally adjusted series, care should be exercised because of the difficulties associated with reliably estimating the seasonal pattern. 
(c) For all time periods, estimates for sugar, sugar preparations and honey are included in Other non-rural. 
(d) This component is not seasonally adjusted.

(a) Seasonally adjusted.

Imports of goods (debits)

In seasonally adjusted terms at current prices, goods debits rose $3,012m (2.9%) to $106,422m, with volumes down 1.6% and prices up 4.5%. 

Goods debits, price and volume change - seasonally adjusted - June quarter 2022
  Current prices ($m)Current prices (%)Chain volume measures (a) (%)Implicit price deflators (a)(b)(%)
Total Goods Imports3,0122.9-1.64.5
 Consumption goods-761-2.3-1.0-1.3
 Capital goods4411.90.81.2
 Intermediate and other merchandise goods3,0446.6-4.211.3
 Non-monetary gold28716.915.71.0

(a) Reference year 2019-20 = 100.
(b) Movements in indexes are based on data to four decimal places.

Consumption goods

Consumption goods(a), seasonally adjusted
 Mar 22 ($m)Jun 22 ($m)Mar 22 to Jun 22 ($m)Mar 22 to Jun 22 (%)
Consumption goods-32,638-31,877-761-2.3
 Food and beverages, mainly for consumption-4,564-4,7031393.0
 Household electrical items-2,164-2,018-146-6.7
 Non-industrial transport equipment-7,895-6,662-1,233-15.6
 Textiles, clothing and footwear-5,642-5,617-25-0.4
 Toys, books and leisure goods-2,156-2,082-74-3.4
 Consumption goods n.e.s.-10,216-10,7965805.7

(a) For sign conventions, see the Explanatory notes.

Capital goods

Capital goods(a), seasonally adjusted
 Mar 22 ($m)Jun 22 ($m)Mar 22 to Jun 22 ($m)Mar 22 to Jun 22 (%)
Capital goods-23,222-23,6634411.9
 Machinery and industrial equipment-7,741-8,3676268.1
 ADP equipment-3,840-3,534-306-8.0
 Telecommunications equipment-3,822-3,911892.3
 Civil aircraft and confidentialised items(b)(c)-1,613-1,081-532-33.0
 Industrial transport equipment n.e.s.-3,778-3,78460.2
 Capital goods n.e.s.(d)-2,427-2,98555823.0

(a) For sign conventions, see the Explanatory notes.
(b) From July 2008, commodities subject to a 'no commodity details' or 'no value details' restriction are included in Civil aircraft and confidentialised items. For earlier periods, commodities subject to a 'no commodity details' or 'no value details' restriction are included in Other merchandise goods.
(c) This component is not seasonally adjusted.
(d) In using these seasonally adjusted series, care should be exercised because of the difficulties associated with reliably estimating the seasonal pattern.

Intermediate and other merchandise goods

 

Intermediate and other merchandise goods(a), seasonally adjusted
 Mar 22 ($m)Jun 22 ($m)Mar 22 to Jun 22 ($m)Mar 22 to Jun 22 (%)
Intermediate and other merchandise goods-45,852-48,8963,0446.6
 Food and beverages, mainly for industry-636-686507.9
 Primary industrial supplies n.e.s.(b)-543-77423142.5
 Fuels and lubricants(c)-12,668-17,1014,43335.0
 Parts for transport equipment-3,816-3,851350.9
 Parts for ADP equipment-237-233-4-1.7
 Other parts for capital goods-5,552-5,442-110-2.0
 Organic and inorganic chemicals-1,739-1,690-49-2.8
 Paper and paperboard-647-666192.9
 Textile yarn and fabrics-482-463-19-3.9
 Iron and steel-1,397-1,342-55-3.9
 Plastics-1,605-1,587-18-1.1
 Processed industrial supplies n.e.s.-16,275-14,627-1,648-10.1
 Other merchandise goods(d)(e)-94-223129137.2
 Goods procured in ports by carriers(c)-160-2125232.5

(a) For sign conventions, see the Explanatory Notes.
(b) In using these seasonally adjusted series, care should be exercised because of the difficulties associated with reliably estimating the seasonal pattern.
(c) Prior to March quarter 2010 this component is not seasonally adjusted.
(d) From July 2008, commodities subject to a 'no commodity details' or 'no value details' restriction are included in Civil aircraft and confidentialised items. For earlier periods, commodities subject to a 'no commodity details' or 'no value details' restriction are included in Other merchandise goods.
(e) From July 1981, this component is not seasonally adjusted.

 

Services

Services exports, price and volume change - seasonally adjusted - June quarter 2022
  Current prices ($m)Current prices (%)Chain volume measures (a) (%)Implicit price deflators (a)(b)(%)
Exports of services2,27615.113.71.2
 Manufacturing services on physical inputs owned by others----
 Maintenance and repair services n.i.e.-1-10.0-10.00.7
 Transport42939.035.72.4
 Travel2,10539.238.30.7
 Other services-256-3.0-3.80.9

- nil or rounded to zero (including null cells).
(a) Reference year 2019-20 = 100.
(b) Movements in indexes are based on data to four decimal places.

Services imports, price and volume change - seasonally adjusted - June quarter 2022
  Current prices ($m)Current prices (%)Chain volume measures (a) (%)Implicit price deflators (a)(b)(%)
Imports of services2,72013.614.3-0.6
 Manufacturing services on physical inputs owned by others----
 Maintenance and repair services n.i.e.6057.756.30.5
 Transport82210.913.2-2.0
 Travel1,96362.762.30.3
 Other services-125-1.3-1.70.3

- nil or rounded to zero (including null cells).
(a) Reference year 2019-20 = 100.
(b) Movements in indexes are based on data to four decimal places.

Income

The primary income deficit rose by $709m to $23,950m in the June quarter 2022.

(a) Trend series is not published from June Quarter 2019.

(b) Seasonally adjusted.

Primary income credits

In seasonally adjusted terms at current prices, income to residents (credits) rose $1,942m (9.9%) to $21,614m. The main components contributing to this rise were:

  • Direct investment assets - income on equity and investment fund shares; up $641m (6.8%)
  • Portfolio investment assets - investment income on equity and investment fund shares; up $1,074m (14.0%)
  • Other investment assets; up $161m (24.9%)

Primary income debits

In seasonally adjusted terms at current prices income to non-residents (debits) rose $2,652m (6.2%) to $45,565m. The main components contributing to this rise were:

  • Direct investment liabilities - income on equity and investment fund shares; up $6,277m (25.0%)
  • Portfolio investment liabilities - investment income on equity and investment fund shares; down $4,449m (44.3%)
  • Direct investment liabilities - interest; up $221m (45.6%)
  • Other investment income; up $162m (10.6%)

Secondary income

In seasonally adjusted terms at current prices, the net secondary income deficit rose $80m to $811m in the June quarter 2022. 

Capital and Financial Account

The capital and financial account recorded a deficit of $18.9b during the June 2022 quarter, mainly driven by the financial account deficit of $18.7b.

The financial account deficit rose due to a $17.1b net outflow of debt and a $1.6b net outflow of equity.

Capital and financial account
   Sep-21Dec-21Mar-22Jun-22Qtr on Qtr
   ($m)($m)($m)($m)($m)
Capital account-163-42-186-211-25
 Acquisitions/disposals of non-produced non-financial assets213825654
  Acquisitions/disposals of non-produced non-financial assets credits514266862
  Acquisitions/disposals of non-produced non-financial assets debits-3-4-4-12-8
 Capital transfers-165-180-188-267-79
  Capital transfers credits00000
  Capital transfers debits-165-180-188-267-79
Financial account-13,139-9,212-7,381-18,672-11,291
 Direct investment-6,59614,805-65,018-6,95658,062
  Direct investment assets-14,500-8,530-123,850-11,673112,177
  Direct investment liabilities7,90423,33658,8334,717-54,116
 Portfolio investment-1,829-13,71261,93142,449-19,482
  Portfolio investment assets-38,105-60,039-32,09815,79747,895
  Portfolio investment liabilities36,27646,32894,02926,652-67,377
 Financial derivatives569-7,533-2,729-1,7261,003
  Financial derivatives assets45,90435,12843,34275,63532,293
  Financial derivatives liabilities-45,335-42,661-46,071-77,362-31,291
 Other investment12,095-1,056-966-51,977-51,011
  Other investment assets-22,894-6,229-19,051-32,519-13,468
  Other investment liabilities34,9895,17318,085-19,458-37,543
 Reserve assets-17,378-1,717-599-462137
 Net errors and omissions-3,7752,4224,933-4,281-9,214

International Investment Position

Australia's net IIP liability position was $834.4b at 30 June 2022, a decrease of $19.1b on the revised 31 March 2022 figure of $853.5b. Australia's net foreign equity asset position increased $34.3b to $323.3b at 30 June 2022. Australia's net foreign debt liability position increased $15.2b to $1,157.7b.

International investment position, by net foreign equity and net foreign debt
  Position at beginning of periodTransactionsPrice changesExchange rate changesOther adjustmentsPosition at end of period
  ($m)($m)($m)($m)($m)($m)
Net International Investment PositionDec-21847,729-9,212-67,3589,224-2,628777,754
Net International Investment PositionMar-22777,754-7,381-14,23944,69252,661853,488
Net International Investment PositionJun-22853,488-18,67222,470-34,74911,855834,393
        
Net Foreign EquityDec-21-364,885-31,024-44,46512,407-2,888-430,855
Net Foreign EquityMar-22-430,855-10,99139,61160,87652,361-288,997
Net Foreign EquityJun-22-288,997-1,59341,145-70,756-3,136-323,337
        
Net Foreign DebtDec-211,212,61521,812-22,893-3,1842591,208,609
Net Foreign DebtMar-221,208,6093,611-53,850-16,1842991,142,485
Net Foreign DebtJun-221,142,485-17,079-18,67536,00814,9911,157,730
        

Supplementary Information

Value adjustments

Goods credits data presented in this publication are based on information provided by exporters to the Department of Home Affairs (Home Affairs). At the time of initial reporting to Home Affairs, the final prices at which transactions take place are not known for some commodities. Final quantity and/or unit price information is updated progressively in international merchandise trade data as exporters revise the information provided to Home Affairs.

For commodities such as iron ore and coal, newly negotiated contract prices are not fully reflected in data first reported to Home Affairs. When additional information on quantity and/or unit price for these commodities is available, the ABS may adjust the data to reflect actual transaction values.

Iron ore adjustments are applied on an international merchandise trade basis at the Australian Harmonized Export Commodity Classification (AHECC) level. Coal, coke and briquettes are adjusted on a balance of payments basis in original current price terms. When actual final transaction prices become available estimates are replaced with these data.

In most instances, transfer of ownership occurs when goods cross the customs frontier. In certain circumstances the ownership of large value capital expenditure items can occur prior to the items crossing the customs frontier. The ABS may adjust the relevant balance of payments series to record the timing when transfer of ownership was affected.

Exports on an international merchandise trade basis

Iron ore (in original terms)

  • Adjustments have been applied to iron ore lumps in the March quarter 2022 (+$55m) and June quarter 2022 (-$30m).
  • Adjustments have been applied to iron ore fines in the March quarter 2022 (-$65m) and June quarter 2022 (+$210m). 
  • When actual final transaction prices become available estimates are replaced with these data.

Goods on a balance of payments basis

Coal (in original terms)

  • Adjustments have been applied to coal, coke and briquettes in the balance of payments series for the March quarter (+$135m) and the June quarter (+$3,341m) 2022. All previous adjustments have been removed. 

Metal ores and minerals (in original terms) 

  • Adjustments have been applied to metal ores and minerals in the balance of payments series for the June quarter (-$449m) 2022. 

Other mineral fuels (in original terms) 

  • Adjustments have been applied to other mineral fuels  in the balance of payments series for the December quarter (-$200m) 2021 and the March quarter (-$600m) 2021. 

Capital expenditure (in original terms)

  • The balance of payments goods debits component capital goods n.e.s. includes an estimate of expenditure on capital goods that have changed ownership but have not yet crossed the customs frontier.

 

    Revisions

    The following goods components have been revised since the release of the June 2022 issue of International Trade in Goods and Services, Australia.

    • Other rural goods credits, revised in the March and June quarter 2022.
    • Metal ores and minerals credits, revised in the June quarter 2022.
    • Coal, coke and briquettes credits, revised in the June quarter 2022.
    • Other mineral fuels credits, revised in the December and March quarter 2022.
    • Machinery credits, revised in the December quarter 2021 and March and June quarter 2022.
    • Transport equipment credits, revised in the March and June quarter 2022.
    • Other manufactures credits, revised in the December quarter 2021 and March and June quarter 2022.
    • Other non-rural goods credits, revised in the December quarter 2021 and March quarter 2022.
    • Net exports of goods under merchanting credits, revised in the September and December quarter 2021 and March and June quarter 2022.
    • Capital goods n.e.s. debits, revised in the June quarter 2022. 
    • Goods procured in ports by carriers debits, revised in the June quarter 2022.

     

    Services components have been revised since the release of the June 2022 issue of International Trade in Goods and Services, Australia, to include the most up to date international trade in services data. 

    Summary of revisions since the last issue of this publication

    Table 28 summarises revisions, in original current price terms, since the last issue of this publication.

    Incorporation of the latest survey and administrative data has resulted in revisions to the balance of payments series back to the September quarter 2018. In original current price terms, these revisions have:

    • decreased the current account surplus for the September quarter 2018 by $527m
    • decreased the current account surplus for the December quarter 2018 by $666m
    • decreased the current account surplus for the March quarter 2019 by $618m
    • decreased the current account surplus for the June quarter 2019 by $894m
    • decreased the current account surplus for the September quarter 2019 by $858m
    • decreased the current account surplus for the December quarter 2019 by $923m 
    • decreased the current account surplus for the March quarter 2020 by $1,012m 
    • decreased the current account surplus for the June quarter 2020 by $1,118m 
    • decreased the current account surplus for the September quarter 2020 by $1,020m 
    • decreased the current account surplus for the December quarter 2020 by $1,096m 
    • decreased the current account surplus for the March quarter 2021 by $1,243m
    • decreased the current account surplus for the June quarter 2021 by $1,431m
    • decreased the current account surplus for the September quarter 2021 by $1,477m
    • decreased the current account surplus for the December quarter 2021 by $2,942m
    • decreased the current account surplus for the March quarter 2022 by $5,105m

    The International Investment Position (IIP) has been revised back to the September quarter 2018. These revisions have increased Australia's net IIP liability $32,166m to a net liability position of $853,488m at 31 March 2022. The financial account deficit has been revised up $4,647m to $7,381m at 31 March 2022.

    Seasonally adjusted series have been revised due to the incorporation of revised estimates and the incorporation of estimates for the latest quarter.

    In seasonally adjusted terms, the revisions decreased the volume surplus on goods and services by $3,427m for the March quarter 2022.

    Data in this issue aligns with the data in the June quarter 2022 issue of Australian National Accounts: National Income, Expenditure and Product (cat. no. 5206.0) to be released on 7 September 2022.

    Economic conditions

    CountryMSCI quarterly percentage change (a)(%)AUD exchange rate quarterly percentage change (b)(%)
    Australia-11.11na
    United States of America-17.11-7.93
    United Kingdom-3.83-0.58
    Europe-16.96-1.72
    China3.34-2.91
    Japan-4.632.73
    Singapore-16.08-5.36
    India-10.31-4.04
    New Zealand-7.343.06

    OECD quarterly growth rates for select countries can be found through the following link: https://stats.oecd.org/index.aspx?queryid=350
    (a) MSCI data based on local currency except for Europe which is based on $USD. MSCI data from https://www.msci.com/ 
    (b) Exchange rates data from RBA: https://www.rba.gov.au/statistics/historical-data.html#exchange-rates

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    Previous catalogue number

    This release previously used catalogue number 5302.0.

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