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List of exports of Australia

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List of exports of Australia

The following is a list of the exports of Australia. Data are for 2012, in millions of United States dollars, as reported by The Observatory of Economic Complexity. Currently the top twenty exports are listed.

# Country Value
1 Iron ore 54,397
2 Coal 44,899
3 Natural gas 13,796
4 Gold 13,530
5 Crude oil 11,148
6 Wheat 7,026
7 Copper ore 5,767
8 Raw Aluminium 3,627
9 Aluminium oxide 3,565
10 Refined Petroleum 3,140
11 Pharmaceuticals 3,083
12 Frozen beef 2,918
13 Refined Copper 2,904
14 Wool 2,707
15 Raw Cotton 2,660
16 Wine 2,137
17 Beef 1,943
18 Raw Nickel 1,785
19 Cars 1,771
20 Lamb, Mutton and Goat meat 1,734

References - Observatory of Economic complexity - Products exported by Australia (2012)

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