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Fishing in Australia: ISIC 05

Australia fishing market increased at 2% CAGR during the period 2000 to 2010

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Throughout the review period of 2000-2010, fishing market in Australia increased at an annual rate of 2%, remaining the third most important primary industry, after mining and agriculture. Total market size of fishing reached A$3.5billion, while the value was A$2.8 billion in 2000, meaning it expanded by 25% over the review period.

Households represented the primary customer group, generating 54% of the total market value in 2010, which was two percentage points lower than in 2000. The second-largest customer group was businesses, whose spending reaching A$1.4 billion in 2010, accounting for 42% of total demand in 2010, two percentage points up on the beginning of the review period.

Fish and other seafood, and their habitat, have considerable economic and environmental value. Australia´s



fishing zone measures 11 million square kilometres.

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