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Tourism Development in Australia Introduction The tourism industry is exceptionally complex and is constantly growing in size and competitiveness. Tourism plays a key role in our export industry accounting for 10% of the total export earnings, making it Australia’s largest service export industry. These contributions to Australia’s Gross Domestic Profit (GDP) have grown significantly from $25.2 billion in 2002 to $34 billion in 2011 (Kumar Narayan, 2006; Department of Resources Energy and Tourism...

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Moving to Australia

Moving to Australia The past six week we have covered the likes of 3rd world living and the conditions that they provide to their people. The conditions of living have been focused on the geographic location of these countries, the social issues that take place, military status, economical well being and the technology that is possesses. Before I make the decision to uproot and move, I need to make certain of some things. I will most definitely not move somewhere where I will not...

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Racism in Australia

Synopsis Australia is known as a multicultural country. It is because there are lots of people from different country, racial and ethnics settled in Australia. They called themselves Australian and make Australia as their home. Although nowadays most people can easily accept the others from different races, racism still exists in Australia. Immigrants and Indigenous were the group of people being discriminated and excluded from the society in the past. Their human rights have been neglected. The...

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Discrimination in Australia

Racism in Australia Racism exists in Australia. This is a statement that most, if not all of you in this room believe is obvious. It is definitely indicated in this Report. However, it is not a truth that is readily acceptable by all Australians. As part of the consultations for the National Anti-Racism Strategy, which was launched in August this year, I heard from many Australians about their experience of racism. How did racism make people feel? This is what some recounted: It creates...

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Australia on Communism

History Essay: Australia on Communism How did Australian governments deal with the perceived threat of communism after 1950, both at home and abroad? ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Communism was spreading during the 1950s. It seemed as though it had spread from the USSR to China and was still advancing, causing the Australian government to become fearful of communism eventually reaching Australia and the threat of communism existing within...

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Convict in Australia

group of convicts were transported to Australia. Convicts are the people who found guilty of crime. All the convicts were transported Australia by ship and fleets. After the first fleet arrived to Australia, there were a lot of fleets arrived to Australia as well. Consequently, The Australia’s government were kept for each convict and up till the mid-1800s they recorded names, date and place of trial and sentence. The convicts were transported to all over Australia such as New South Wales, Queensland...

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Export to Australia

Contents Introduction 3 1. Product & Company 3 1.1 Geely in Australia 4 2. Environment of Australian 4 2.1 Australia automobile market 5 2.2 China-Australia FTA 5 2.3 Opportunities and challenges 6 2.3.1 Opportunities 6 2.3.2 Challenges 7 2.4 Intermediary 7 2.5 Mode of transport 8 2.6 Regulatory Control & Documentation 9 2.7 Marketing Strategy 9 3. Conclusions 10 4. Reference 10 5. Appendix 10 Introduction The automotive trade is a major...

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Images Of Australia

concerning Australian national identity. Australia needs to alter its national identity and fast, so as to enable all inhabitants of Australia to feel at home with their identity. Currently, Australian national identity still entails an anti-authoritarian, patriarchal, predominantly white model that was instigated during the colonial times. This model includes the dominant representations of mates, bush, and beer – thus silencing the indigenous roots of Australia, women and the different ethnicities...

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Illiteracy in Australia

Peter Lucas ENG 1301 11/18/2014 Illiteracy in Australia In today’s world, knowledge is an important factor in the development of any country. And a low functional illiteracy rate is always a sign of a very humanly developed country as humans is what should be focused on by a government in order to advance in their country’s development. Australia is one of the developed countries, therefore, it should have a low functional illiteracy rate. However, Australia has an astonishing functional illiteracy rate...

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Destep Australia

DESTEP ANALYSIS: Australia Demographic Environment Australia is one of the biggest countries of the world: It has a total area of 7,686,850 square kilometers. There live about 22,015,576 people, a percentage 67,70 % of them is between 15 to 64 years old, the age which is important for our product Coebergh since it is an alcholic product that can only be consumed by people over 18 years. There are more men (7,469,092) than women (7,266,143) at this age which is very important to know since our...

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