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Australia is a prosperous, politically and economically stable, industrialized nation. Per capita GDP is approximately US$44,400, comparable to major industrialized western countries. Australian economic growth has slowed as a result of the GFC. Real GDP growth eased to 2.3 percent in 2008 and 1.5 percent in 2009 (first quarter), well below trend. Negative wealth effects from falling equity and house prices, compounded by falling consumer and business confidence led to a contraction of domestic demand, but net exports have increased and confidence is showing signs of recovery.
The successful experience of the Ethiopian floriculture sector has caught the attention of future investors. This article examines the potential of the fruit and vegetable export sector. Ethiopia has excellent conditions for horticulture production and a strong support from the government.
This report lists export certifications for quality, quarantine, and import control required by the Chinese government from U.S. exporters of food and agricultural products.