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DEPARTMENT OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS AND TRADE (http://www.dfat.gov.au)


Trade in Primary and Manufactured ProductsTwice yearlyBased on the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade's unique Trade Exports Classification (TREC), this publication classifies Australia's exports according to their level of processing, e.g. ETMs (Elaborately Transformed Manufactures), STMs (Simply Transformed Manufactures), processed food, and other primary products. Australian produce data is provided separately from total exports. The publication covers a ten year time series, which now includes import data classified by TREC (http://www.dfat.gov.au/publications/stats-pubs/exports_primary_manufacture.html).

DEPARTMENT OF INDUSTRY (http://www.innovation.gov.au)


Key Automotive StatisticsAnnuallyProvides calendar year data on motor vehicle sales and production, as well as industry data on prices, trade, productivity, employment, profitability and R&D expenditure.

AUSTRALIAN INDUSTRY GROUP (http://www.aigroup.asn.au)


Performance of Manufacturing Index (PMI)MonthlyProvides findings of the index which is a seasonally adjusted composite index based on the diffusion indexes for production, new orders, deliveries, inventories and employment with varying weights.

AUSTRALIAN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY (http://www.acci.asn.au)


ACCI-Westpac Institutional Bank, Survey of Industrial TrendsQuarterlyReports on the perception of businesses on manufacturing industry trends in Australia.
National Survey of Business ExpectationsQuarterlyProvides results from the individual surveys conducted by member associations of the Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry. These surveys cover firms in every State, in every industry and incorporate firms of every size.
Survey of Investor ConfidenceJanuary, April, July, OctoberProvides results of the survey of businesses on their views of the national economy and the condition of their business, focussing on the direction of investment and the constraints placed on investment by various economic and institutional factors.
Surveys of Small BusinessFebruary, May, August, NovemberIdentify trends and conditions within the small business sector, defined as those employing less than 20 employees.

PRINTING INDUSTRIES ASSOCIATION OF AUSTRALIA (http://www.printnet.com.au)


Industry Trends Quarterly SurveysQuarterlyPresents the perception of printing businesses on conditions of their business such as on capacity utilisation, availability of labour and finance, capital expenditure intentions, costs and prices and net profits.



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ORGANISATION FOR ECONOMIC CO-OPERATION AND DEVELOPMENT (OECD) (http://www.oecd.org)


Structural Statistics for Industry and ServicesAnnuallyProvides official data for detailed industrial sectors (mining and quarrying, manufacturing, utilities, and construction) as well as for detailed services sectors, covering variables such as production, value added, employment, investment, exports, imports, wages and salaries, number of establishments, number of enterprises and hours worked.

UNITED NATIONS (UN) (http://www.un.org)


Monthly Bulletin of Statistics MonthlyProvides economic and social statistics from more that 200 countries and territories, as well as quarterly statistics on industrial production. Each issue details over 70 subjects such as population, food, trade, production, finance and national income, as well as presenting special monthly features on topics including: fuel imports, industrial output, world ship-building and civil aviation traffic.
Statistics YearbookAnnuallyA comprehensive compendium of vital internationally comparable data for the analysis of socio-economic development at the world, regional and national levels. The Yearbook provides data on the world economy, its structure, major trends and current performance, as well as on issues such as population and social statistics, economic activity and international economic relations
Industrial Commodity Statistics YearbookAnnuallyProvides statistics on the production of about 530 industrial commodities for approximately 200 countries or areas and the regional and grand totals for most of the statistical series for 1991-2000
Industrial Commodity Statistics Dataset (1950-2000)AnnuallyThe complete dataset, in Access format, represents annual statistics on production of major industrial commodities in physical quantities, by country, and covers 1950 to 2000.

ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL COMMISSION FOR ASIA & PACIFIC (ESCAP) (http://www.unescap.org)


Statistical Yearbook for Asia and the PacificAnnuallyA compilation of statistical tables relating to the ESCAP region. Provides each country's data in a single section, showing 10 years of annual figures concerning population, manpower, national accounts, agriculture, industry, energy supplies, transport and communications, external trade, wages, prices and household expenditure, finance and social statistics.



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PRODUCTIVITY COMMISSION (http://www.pc.gov.au)

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Australian Automotive Manufacturing Industry: Productivity Commission Position Paper31 January, 2014
Annual Review of Regulatory Burdens on Business: Manufacturing and Distributive Trades16 September. 2008
Chemical and Plastics Regulation: Research Report7 August, 2008
Trends in Australian Manufacturing; AusInfo; Commission Research Paper; Canberra23 August, 2003



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