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Joe Fitts

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Australia has a Federal Parliamentary Democracy.
Australian States
Australia has a governor-general and prime minister- Prime Minister is most powerful person in the government.
Who can vote in Australia?
*Australia is broken down into six states.

*Parliament makes the laws for the country, just like in Great Britain.
Australia and the Queen
*Australia is still under the Queen’s rule, but has its own laws and constitution.
Peter Cosgrove
Tony Abbott
(Prime Minister)
Australia has a democracy like the U.S., but EVERYONE over 18 must vote. Unless you are sick, in jail, or handicapped.
Australian Dollars
Australia's Economy
*Australia’s economy depends on mining and agriculture
*Australia is the world’s leading producer of bauxite, lead, and zinc, and natural gas.
*Wheat is Australia’s most important cash crop, as well as sugar cane.
Farming in Australia
Australia still depends on agriculture/ farming to help the economy.

Most developed countries like the U.S. and Great Britain do not depend on farming as much.
Farming in Australia
Outlook for Australia's Economy
Australia's Government
Australia has a mixed-market economy that runs on supply and demand.
Trade in Australia
Australia is an island and its remote location does effect who they trade with.
Australia mainly trades with Japan and China.
Australia has tariffs, or taxes on imported goods.
These tariffs are considered to be trade barriers.
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