Australia's International Trade
"International trade can be defined as the exchange of goods, services or capital between two interested parties, located within different national boundaries". (Fraser, Gionea, Fraser, 1999: p204).
Australia is a relatively small country with its own resources. So therefore Australia must engage in international trade in order to receive resources from other countries that cannot be obtained in Australia. As mentioned by Fraser, Gionea, Fraser (1999: p204), "the world is characterized by an uneven
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