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how many indonesian in australia(July 2022)

    How Many Indonesian In Australia? At the end of June 2019, 88,740 Indonesian-born people were living in Australia, 29.4 per cent more than the number (68,570) at 30 June 2009. This is the twentieth largest migrant community in Australia, equivalent to 1.2 per cent of Australia’s overseas-born population and 0.3 per cent of Australia’s total population. How many Indonesians are in Sydney? Sydney’s ethnic Indonesian community is the largest of any capital city, being about 19,725 in 2001. Many live near the University of New South Wales or near work locations in the western suburbs. Where do most Indonesians live in Australia? The 2016 distribution by State and Territory showed New South Wales had the largest number with 31,774 followed… 

    why is indonesia important to australia(July 2022)

      Why Is Indonesia Important To Australia? Indonesia — the world’s third largest democracy with the world’s largest Muslim population — is one of Australia’s most important bilateral relationships. We enjoy extensive cooperation including on strategic, economic, security, development and education issues. How does Indonesia help Australia? Australia is Indonesia’s largest bilateral partner in social protection and only bilateral partner in basic education. We are working with Indonesia to strengthen its response in social protection, food security and education. How is Indonesia related to Australia? Australia and Indonesia are both members of the ASEAN-Australia-New Zealand Free Trade Area, signed in February 2009. Both countries have concluded negotiations on Indonesia-Australia Comprehensive Economic Partnership Agreement (IA-CEPA), intended to build upon existing agreements. What… 

      how to move to australia from indonesia(July 2022)

        How To Move To Australia From Indonesia? At the end of June 2019, 88,740 Indonesian-born people were living in Australia, 29.4 per cent more than the number (68,570) at 30 June 2009. This is the twentieth largest migrant community in Australia, equivalent to 1.2 per cent of Australia’s overseas-born population and 0.3 per cent of Australia’s total population. Can Indonesians live in Australia? At the end of June 2019, 88,740 Indonesian-born people were living in Australia, 29.4 per cent more than the number (68,570) at 30 June 2009. This is the twentieth largest migrant community in Australia, equivalent to 1.2 per cent of Australia’s overseas-born population and 0.3 per cent of Australia’s total population. Can Indonesian work in Australia? The…