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Who was in Australian government in 2013?
2013 Australian federal election
|Leader||Tony Abbott||Kevin Rudd|
|Leader since||1 December 2009||26 June 2013|
|Leader’s seat||Warringah (NSW)||Griffith (Qld.)|
|Last election||72 seats, 43.32%||72 seats, 37.99%|
Who are Australia’s trade partners and why?
For viewing trade, tariff data for country or region by year click here….Australia top 5 Export and Import partners.
|Exporter||Trade (US$ Mil)||Partner share(%)|
Who is Australia’s biggest trading partner?
Today, China is Australia’s largest trading partner in terms of both imports and exports.
Who represented Australia in Parliament?
the Governor General
The Parliament consists of two Houses (the Senate and the House of Representatives), and the Queen, represented in Australia by the Governor General. In 1901 the Australian Constitution established the Australian Parliament, also known as the federal Parliament or the Commonwealth Parliament.
Who was prime minister in July 2013?
|The Right Honourable David Cameron|
|Succeeded by||Robert Courts|
|Born||David William Donald Cameron 9 October 1966 Marylebone, London, England|
Who won the 2014 election?
The Republican party won 247 seats (a net gain of 13 seats) and the Democratic Party, 188 seats. Thus, the Republicans gained their largest majority in the House since 1928. Nationwide, Republicans won the popular vote for the House of Representatives by a margin of 5.7 percent.
Who does Australia trade with?
Trade as a share of GDP
|Rank||Country||5 year growth trend|
Who are Australia’s top 5 two way trading partners?
Australia’s Top Trading Partners
- China: US$90.6 billion (43% of total Australian exports)
- Japan: $19 billion (9%)
- United States: $13.1 billion (6.2%)
- South Korea: $13 billion (6.2%)
- United Kingdom: $10.3 billion (4.9%)
- India: $7.1 billion (3.4%)
- New Zealand: $7 billion (3.3%)
- Singapore: $5.5 billion (2.6%)
Who do we trade with the most?
Year-to-Date Total Trade
|—||Total, All Countries||303.6|
|—||Total, Top 15 Countries||226.5|
Who is the leader of Parliament?
If the Prime Minister is not a member of the Lower House of Parliament, she/he can nominate another minister as the Leader of the House….
|Leader of the House in Lok Sabha|
|Incumbent Narendra Modi since 26 May 2014|
|Member of||Lok Sabha|
|Reports to||Parliament of India|
Who is leader of Australia?
Scott MorrisonSince 2018
What is Boris Johnsons full name?
Alexander Boris de Pfeffel Johnson
Boris Johnson/Full name
Alexander Boris de Pfeffel Johnson (/ˈfɛfəl/; born 19 June 1964) is a British politician and writer serving as prime minister of the United Kingdom and Leader of the Conservative Party since July 2019.