To which countries does Australia export wool?
Australia exports wool to more than 52 countries. Australia's main markets for wool include China, Italy, India, Taiwan, Czech Republic, Slovak Republic, France and Germany.
India and china
i think that the major export Australia is wool
Given that Australia is the only country in Australia, only Australia can export wool from itself.
The imports and exports to specific countries from Australia can vary depending on their needs. Australia's main exports include ore, wool, and gold. Their imports include computers and machinery.
Maple syrup, corn, wool, etc.
Wool is produced in Australia and many other countries.
some of Australia's exports are wheat, beef, sheep, and wool.
The plural form of the noun 'export' is exports, e.g. "Wheat is one export of Australia, while wool and beef are two other exports."
For the same reason different countries export other goods. Australia just happends to have more gold available than other countries.
Australian wool is very highly regarded the world over for its quality, and china has a demand for it hence we sell it to them
Does Australia export kangaroos? Australia does export kangaroos to various countries for many reasons such as: food supply, zoos and many other reasons. They import the kangaroos on boats to many European countries for food supply. They send the kangaroos to many different countries to zoos, where they can entertain viewers.
I'm not sure that Australia is famous for any 'manufactured' goods. It produces lots of wool and good wine for export.
Coal, meat, wool, iron ore, fruit and vegetables, grain,everything
other countries such as those on earth.
Heard it does to India .
To China and America.
travis harley and ben
Australia has a huge range of natural resources which it sells to other countries. These include coal, uranium, bauxite, gold, iron ore, opals, diamonds, nickel and copper, just to name a few. In addition, Australia has a very strong sheep and wool export industry, as well as cattle exports, wheat and other grains.
It is exported to China and other countries around the world from Australia
it is unkown but i think its china!?
I think the Chinese might i really am not sure. Not only do the Chinese buy Australian wool, but most countries on Earth buy Australian wool, some of the finest wool in the world comes from Australia.
Australia will export goods to any country in the world that has not had some sort of embargo put on it by the UN. or in some cases the USA.
S.Africa's top export destination is China , and also exports goods to Australia and other major Asian countries .
Australia sells uranium strictly for the purpose of generating power. It sells to countries such as Japan, China and Taiwan.
a place far far away
Australia grows its own wool, and has done so since the early 1800s. The wine industry is also extensive in Australia, although wines are often imported from European countries.
Meat of bovine animals (largest export income), leather goods, sheep fur and sheep wool (world's 3rd largest supplier of wool, after Australia and New Zeeland).
wool, coal, some sorts of foods, clothing, natural gas, uranium, animal skins etc.
australia exports beef to india, beijing, bangcock, chatswood and bali
Australia, China and the United States
Australia, New Zealand and China.
Australia, New Zealand, Argentina and China
Australia is the supplier of wool for many other countries. The original main sheep was the Merino, though many other breeds are also used in smaller numbers.
Japan, New Zealand, Australia .
Iraq , Iran, India , America, Australia,
Wool Dairy Products Steel Meat - Beef and Lamb Clothing many other things
Chief exports include corn, diamonds, fruits, gold, metals and minerals, sugar, and wool.
Wool is known as wool in Australia.
We export wool from our sheep and mauka honey
I'm not sure how much it exports, but 92% of the worlds opals come from australia.
transport equipment, fuel and last but not least food (not beverages)
mainly parts of asia like china and stuff
many countries export so they have money in the international community to import what they need, that they can not provide themselves, the more exports the more money that country will end up with. It helps the local and countries economy.
Yes a lot. China mostly export to U.S, Iran India and Australia. Other countries too but not as much as these country.
hong kong, china, japan and loads more!
The wool exported by Australia annually is not measured in kilograms; it is measured in tonnes. Also, exports fluctuate with demand and are determined by the seasons, so yearly averages vary. The most recent reliable figures are rom the Australian Bureau of Statistics for 2010-11. In that period, Australia 368 000 tonnes, almost all of which was exported.
A country imports (brings into the country) from another country. Countries export (sends to) another country from their own country. With that in mind, Australia's imports from New Zealand include: Wool Dairy Products Steel Meat - Beef and Lamb Clothing many other things
Yes. Australia exports copper to China, India, Japan and Korea, among other countries. In 2011, Australia's exports of copper concentrates and refined copper were valued at $8.6 billion, and the export market is growing.
Wool and meat.