Indicators of economy in Australia
The essential economic performance of a country is reflected by the gross domestic product. So the total of all goods and services sold. Worldwide gross domestic product in 2019 was at about 11.160 US Dollar per capita. The GDP in Australia reached 54.907 US Dollar per capita. The gross national product has been at 54.910 US Dollar per capita.
Inflation in Australia was in 2019 at around 1.61%. For the the EU, the average of the same was year at 1.63%.
Compared to Germany, the prices of daily necessities are approximately 17.80% higher.
The Corruption Perceptions Index for the public sector counts 77 and is compared to other countries good.Back to overview: Australia
Unemployment rates in percent 1991 - 2019
Economic performance 2019
32 of the 2000 largest listed companies in the world originate from Australia. This is determined annually in the "Forbes Global 2000" list. The 10 largest companies in the country were in 2020:
Rank 84: Commonwealth Bank (Sydney)
Rank 93: BHP Group (Melbourne)
Rank 127: Westpac Banking Group (Sydney)
Rank 164: ANZ (Docklands)
Rank 191: NAB - National Australia Bank (Melbourne)
Rank 319: Macquarie Group (Sydney)
Rank 415: Woolworths (Sydney)
Rank 453: Telstra (Melbourne)
Rank 476: Fortescue Metals Group (East Perth)
Rank 515: Wesfarmers (Perth)
Development of the Gross domestic product in billion US Dollar 1979 - 2019
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Im- and Exports 2019Development of imports and exports in billion US dollars 1989 - 2019