Oceania Business

Oceania Business

Oceania’s economy is largely centered on its two main countries: Australia and New Zealand. See Countryaah for details. Oceania’s economy is basically centered on Australia and New Zealand, due to the fact that these two countries together make up more than 90% of the continent and are the only two developed nations in the region. […]

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Questions and Answers about the Crocodile

Is the crocodile a dinosaur? The crocodile is the terrestrial animal that has lived the longest on this earth. It has lived on earth for over 200 million years, and in the last 80 million years, there has not been much change in the evolution of the crocodile. Therefore, there have been many discussions about […]

Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of Vanuatu

Vanuatu Business

Business According to countryaah, Vanuatu is one of the least developed states in the world. The industry is very limited, transport conditions are poor and the lack of educated, domestic labor is very large. About 70 percent of the population lives on agriculture. The traditional forage crop is copious, but production is uncertain due to […]

Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of Tuvalu

Tuvalu Business

Tuvalu relies heavily on foreign aid in terms of both financial assistance and technical assistance. The largest revenues come from contributions from the Tuvalu Trust Fund (a fund established with assistance from Australia, New Zealand and the United Kingdom), fishing licenses and repatriation of foreign currency from workers employed abroad. The sale of the use […]

Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of Tonga

Tonga Business

Business According to countryaah, Tonga has for a long time had a weak economy, mainly due to severe weather that damaged export crops, high unemployment and inflation and extensive relocation. Agriculture accounts for just over 30 percent of employment. The most important forage crops are pumpkins, vanilla and coconuts, which for most years make up […]

Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of the Solomon Islands

Solomon Islands Business

Business According to countryaah, most households are still self-sustaining, and only 10 percent of the population is employed in the market economy. In the 1960s, the Kopra area was the only export commodity, but since then business has expanded. The most important export product is now timber and seafood. For its own consumption, root vegetables, […]

Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of Samoa

Samoa Business

Samoa’s economy is relatively poorly developed. The economy has largely been based on agriculture for self-sufficiency. Agriculture’s share of GDP and export value are declining. There is some small-scale industry, and tourism is progressing. Over 1/3 of the state’s income consists of foreign aid. In the period 1994–2003, GDP showed an average annual growth of […]

Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of Papua New Guinea

Papua New Guinea Business

Despite rich resources in the form of minerals, forests and fish banks, Papua New Guinea is one of the least developed countries in the South Pacific. Poverty is widespread, and most people practice natural housekeeping. Only a small proportion have paid work. Poor infrastructure, low levels of education, corruption and social unrest are hampering development, […]

Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of Palau

Palau Business

Business According to countryaah, Palau’s business is largely based on financial support from the US, Taiwan and Japan. Despite this, the country has major financial problems, mainly as a result of a lack of investment in infrastructure and industry. In 1991, a major investment project for the construction of the island of Babelthuap was secured; […]

Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of New Zealand

New Zealand Business

New Zealand’s isolated location and modest home market have periodically created financial problems. The business sector is mainly based on smaller industrial enterprises and the service industries. In the second half of the 1980s, a liberal market economy policy was introduced, in which much of the political control of business development was abolished, and in […]


Nauru Business

Business Phosphate-containing guano covers 4/5 of Nauru, and the economy is entirely based on phosphate extraction. Since independence in 1968, Nauru itself controls the revenue from production. According to countryaah, agriculture is possible only in the very narrow lowlands along the coast, and the yield covers only a small part of the food demand. The […]


Federation of Micronesia Business

The Micronesia Federation has a small business development. According to countryaah, the basis for the economy is assistance from the United States, a rapidly growing fishing industry, as well as agriculture and self-sufficiency fishing. Tourism has been growing significantly since 2000. Statistical data are uncertain, but gross domestic product (GDP) per capita was estimated at […]

Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of the Marshall Islands

Marshall Islands Business

Business According to countryaah, the foundations of the Marshall Islands business community consist of aid, service industry and self-sustaining agriculture; Of these, the service sector is clearly dominant. Outside of the official economy, most are engaged in agriculture and fishing. Kopra, coconut oil and in recent years also seagrass is exported. Trade and hotel and […]

Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of Kiribati

Kiribati Business

Service industries dominate employment and accounted for 75% of GDP in 2002. Fisheries and agriculture had their share reduced from just over 25% in 1992 to 14.2% in 2002, but still employed 26% of the workforce. Coconuts are grown for sale (copra); for their own consumption, bananas, breadfruit, papaya and screw palm (which yield berry-like […]

Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of Fiji

Fiji Business

Business According to Countryaah, Fiji has an agricultural-dominated market economy. The most dominant forage crop is sugar cane, which accounts for 80 percent of total agricultural production. Other important agricultural products are coconuts, cassava and unpeeled rice. The country’s economy weakened dramatically in connection with the military coup in 1987 and the exit from the […]

Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of Australia

Australia Business

Australia’s economy has traditionally been based on exports of agricultural products. Since World War II, the country has also become one of the world’s leading exporters of minerals. Australia’s isolated location has to some extent inhibited industrialization, but the authorities have encouraged industrial travel with the aim of reducing the country’s dependence on imports. Since […]