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BTE (Bureau of Transport Economics), 1987, Assessment of the Australian road system, no.
BTE (Bureau of Transport Economics), 1993, Roads Policy and Australian Federalism, Occasional Paper, Federal Government of Australia, Canberra.
The Australian Bureau of Transport Economics showed the Australian five-port average crane rate rose to 24.9 lifts-an-hour in the third quarter.
Part of the AAPMA's strategy has involved a liaison with the Bureau of Transport Economics to develop a framework for economic impact studies of Australian ports.
Bureau of Transport Economics (BTE) figures show that foreign ships now carry 10 per cent of the nation's coastal shipping freight, a four-fold increase since the early 1990s.
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