Corporate Agriculture Austalia

Security

Financial Security

Australia escaped the global financial crisis with little impact on growth and exports. It remains one of the world’s most politically stable and low sovereign risk countries. The international Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) has forecast that in the short term Australia will experience the second highest level of economic growth among its 25 country members.

Between 1998 and 2011, Australia has experienced an average annual GDP growth rate of 3.8%, well ahead of the rate of world growth and most other developed countries.

The strength of Australia's economy continues to increase through astute financial management and stable governing. With a highly dependable infrastructure and reliable, expanding workforce, Australia has the facilities to provide overseas clients with secure, low risk opportunities in farmland that offer the best return on investment.

62% of all agricultural exports from Australia in 2011 went into Asia, and the continued economic strength of this region further underpins the future strength and performance of the Australian agricultural sector.