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The Main Exports of Oceania

The main exports of the multiple countries in Oceania

Raagavi Ramesh

on 15 February 2013

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The Main Exports of Oceania Presentation By:Raina, Neya
and Raagavi There are many countries in Oceania. In this presentation we will inform you of the multiple exports of the individual countries of Oceania. Indonesia The countries that we will be discussing today are:
East Timor
West Samoa
New Zealand
Papua New Guinea
Marshall Islands
Soloman Island
Indonesia Some of the main exports are oil and gas(17.8%), minerals (14.9%) textiles and footwear (8.9%), crude palm oil(8.54%), electrical appliances(8.2%) and rubber products (4.7%)
The top destinations in 2010 were Japan (16.3%), China (11.6%),U.S(11.1%),Singapore(8.5%) and Korea(8.3%) Indonesia exports were $158 billion in 2010,a rise from
33% from $116.5 billion in 2009. New Zealand's top 6 trading partners as of Dec.2010 are Australia,
People's Republic of China, U.S, Japan and the Republic of Korea. Wool, food and dairy products,wood and paper products were the main exports of New Zealand. New Zealand Did you know that Indonesia is the 28th largest
trading goods partner? Here is a map of the many countries we
will talk to you about. The red circles indicate what we will be informing you about Australia Coal,iron,ore,gold,meat,aluminum,wheat,machinery and transport equipment are all exports of Australia. In 2007, the largest trading export markets were Japan, China,U.S, the Republic of Korea and New Zealand. Exports-$33.360 million Kiribati exports to Ecuador, Thailand,Japan,U.S and Australia. Bibliography Indonesia: http://www.state.gov/r/pa/ei/bgn/2748.htm
New Zealand: http://www.virtualoceania.net/newzealand/facts
http://state.gov/r/pa/ei/bgn/35852.htm Australia: http://www.dfat.gov.au/aib/trade invesment.html Kiribati: http://www.state.gov/r/pa/ei/bgn/1863.htm Tuvalu: http://www.global education.edna.edu.au FRAGILE Kiribati West Samoa: http://www.adb.org Tonga: http://www.state.gov Micronesia: http://www.state.gov/r/pa/ei/bgn/1839.htm Papua New Guinea: http://www.state.gov Naura: http://www.state.gov/r/pa/ei/bgn/1840.htm Marshall Island: http://www.nzte.govt.nz/Pages/default.aspx Soloman Islands: http://www.state.gov Fiji: http://www.globaleducation.edna.edu.au/globaled/go/pid/735 Tuvalu The main exports of Tuvalu are
copra and fish.
The major export partners of Tuvalu
include Germany,Italy,Fiji and Australia. West Samoa West Samoa's main exports are
fish,coconut products, nonu fruit
products, automotive components,
beer and taro (a common name
for the corms and tubers of
several plants) The main export markets of
West Samoa are Australia,
New Zealand, U.s and
American Samoa. Main Exports-- fish, root crops, vanilla, kava, squash.

Major export markets--New Zealand, U.S., Australia, Japan, Fiji.


Vegetables 4.16
Fish and seafood 3.39
Iron and steel 2.12
Unspecified items 1.89
Products of animal origin 1.42
Copper and articles 0.66
Electrical and electronic equipment 0.65
Fruit and nuts 0.49
Tanning, dyeing extracts, tannins, derives and pigments 0.33
Plastics and articles 0.24

Total exports 16.98
Tonga In 2010, Australia was New Zealand's main export market. China became New Zealand’s second largest export market.The United States slipped to third place. Zealand's fourth-largest export destination was with Japan.

Mineral deposits, including oil,copper, and gold, account for 72% of export earnings. The country also has a notable coffee industry and other crops include cocoa, oil palm and tea.
The main Exports are coffee, cocoa, coconuts, palm oil, timber, tea, vanilla.

Forestry (4% of GDP);
marine (1% of GDP);
minerals and oil (82% of GDP).
Agriculture (32% of GDP):

GDP= Gross domestic product.

Exports - commodities: fish, coconut oil, trochus shells

Agriculture - products: coconuts, cacao, taro, breadfruit, fruits; pigs, chickens

Exports - partners: United States, Japan, Australia East Timor :http://www.mapsofworld.com/timor-leste/economy/export-timor-leste.html East Timor Some of the main exports of East Timor are coffee, coconuts, marble , and sandalwood. Fiji Fiji's main exports are sugar, clothing, gold, timber, fish, molasses and coconut oil. The main export destinations are US (16.6%), UK (13%), Australia (10.6%) and other Pacific island countries.

In 2009, the main exports of Kiribati were fish,seaweed and shark
fins. The main places exported to are Japan (21%), United States (25%), others (53%).

The main things exported are fish, banana,garments,black pepper, betel nut, and sakau Micronesia Vanuatu The main destinations of export are: Thailand (52.9%), EU (12.3%), Japan (12.1%), Philippines (3.3%), India (2.4%), New Caledonia (1.5%), French Polynesia (1.4%). Some of the main export of Vanuatu include timber, beef,cocoa, and copra. Vanutu: http://www.state.gov/r/pa/ei/bgn/2815.htm Nauru Some of the main Exports of Nauru are phosphates and coconuts. Some major export markets are: South Korea, India, New Zealand, Australia, Indonesia, and United States Palau

Major exports: logs; palm oil and kernel; fish; cocoa;
coconut oil and copra; sawn timber; and minerals
(primarily alluvial gold). Some of the main exports of Palau are shellfish, tuna, copra, and garments
The Major export markets are
U.S., Japan, and Taiwan Marshall Islands Papau New Guinea We hope you learned a lot from
our presentation. Thank you
for listening! Palau: http://www.state.gov/r/pa/ei/bgn/1840.htm Soloman Islands Time for a surprise!
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