Australia has a higher GDP per capita than other very economically powerful countries such as the US, France, the UK, and Germany. Taking into account the foregoing together with its relatively low cost of living makes this country very attractive to young business people and entrepeneurs.
Therefore, to export from the US to Australia represents accessing a market with very powerful purchasing power with annual imports exceeding 250 USD billion, consisting largely of transport, telecommunications, and computer equipment, as well as petroleum products.
Rather than a hindrance, the economic crisis of the last few years has in fact contributed to the negotiation of a large number of free-trade treaties, particularly with Asian countries. To export from the US to Australia should thus be a priority for those who wish to diversify their business in a consolidated market that continues to grow.