The Australia Trade Balance is a crucial economic indicator released monthly in Canberra by the Australian Bauru of Statistics (ABS). The trade balance figure is simply the difference between the amount of export and imports of Australian goods and services for the reported month with Australia and other foreign trade partners. A trade surplus is created when the value of net exports exceeds the value of net imports; and vice versa.
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