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Budget Paper 1994-95 No.6 Northern Territory Economy



Budget Paper 1994-95 No.6 Northern Territory Economy

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Tabled Paper 2156


Tabled Papers for 6th Assembly 1990 - 1994; Tabled Papers; ParliamentNT




Tabled by Barry Coulter


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11.4: Hom e Loan A ffordability 67 11.5: N on-D w elling Investm ent 6 8 1 2 . 1 : N orthern Territory M anufacturing Turnover by Industry 71 13.1: N orthern Territory R etail Turnover 73 13.2: Final C onsum ption Expenditure 75 14.1: A ir Freight through D arw in International A irport 77 14.2: International Freight M ovem ents through D arw in Port 78 15.1: N orthern Territory Public Sector Em ploym ent 81 15.2: N orthern Territory G overnm ent Real Expenditure 82 15.3: Public Sector as % o f GDP 83 List of Tables i . i R egional Population 3 2 . 1 N orthern Territory E conom ic Grow th 13 3.1 Em ployed Wage and Salary Earners 17 4.1 A nnual Inflation Rates 2 2 7.1 A sian GDP R elative to A ustralia 38 7.2 A sian Per C apita Incom e R elative to A ustralia 39 7.3 Selected A sian Econom ic Statistics 40 8 . 1 M ining 41 9.1 R ecreation, Tourism and O ther Services 49 1 0 . 1 Rural Industry and F isheries 55 1 1 . 1 H ousing and C onstruction 63 1 2 . 1 M anufacturing 71 13.1 W holesale and Retail Trade 73 14.1 T ransport, S torage and C om m unications 77 15.1 Public Sector 81 List of Maps M ineral and Energy P roduction 42 Tourist D estinations 50 R ural and Fishing Industries 56 iii

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