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Geography Topic 3 Definitions 2011

Communication Shrinking of time and space and allows nations to communicate easier
Sport Knowledge of previously known sports and their acceptance in Australia due to TNCs and their sports marketing
Tourism Stimulates growth in the Australian economy
Defense Better protect Australia and assist our neighbours
ANZUS Treaty Between Australia, New Zealand and the US in which we will defend others if one declares war
ASEAN and 5 Power Defense Provide additional security as well as support in non-military disasters and pandemics
Exports Worth $152.5 billion in 2004 and creates masses of jobs particularly in regional areas
Bilateral Agreements between 2 countries such as the AUS-FTA (Australia free trade agreement with the US)
Multilateral Trade through an NGO
International Aid Assistance provided by governments of developed nations to governments of developing nations to encourage economic growth and improve living standards
2010 International Aid budget $4.3 billion
GDP Gross domestic product ie the total value of goods and services produced by a country in a year
AusAID Australian Agency for International Development which is the group who administers Australia's aid budget
Types of AID Educational, emergency, medical supplies and infrastructure
Millennium Development Goals Poverty and hunger, primary education, malaria, gender equality, child mortality, maternal health, HIV/AIDS, environmental sustainability and partnerships for development
Created by: PCGEEK