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Rail transport in Australia is a crucial aspect of the Australian transport network. Rail in Australia is to a large extent state-based
Rail transport in Australia is a crucial aspect of the Australian transport network. Rail in Australia is to a large extent state-based. As at 2018, the Australian rail network consisted of a total of 36,064 kilometres (22,409 mi) of track on three major track gauges. Except for a small number of private railways, most of the Australian railway network infrastructure is government-owned, either at the federal or state level.
The Australian economy is dominated by its service sector, comprising 6. % of the GDP and employing 7. % of. .and Caltex Australia. % of the labour force in 2016. Australia is a member of the APEC, G20, OECD and WTO.
Studies in the Economics of Overhead Costs, Chicago IllWere British Railways Well Managed in the Early . Productivity growth in Australia's railways through the 20th Century was neither smooth nor uniformly positive.
Productivity growth in Australia's railways through the 20th Century was neither smooth nor uniformly positive.
This chapter tells the story of writing this history by means of a schema of four generations.
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