Asian Food Management Summary

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The population of Australia is estimated to be 22.891.000 as of 14 October 2011. Australia is the 50th most populous country in the world. Its population is concentrated mainly in urban areas. The life expectancy of Australia in 1999–2001 was 79.7 years, among the highest in the world.
Age structure
0–14 years: 19.3%
15–64 years: 67.5%
65 years and over: 13.2%
The Gross Domestic Product (GDP) in Australia expanded 1.20 percent in the second quarter of 2011 over the previous quarter. Australia's economy is dominated by it’s services sector, yet its economic success is based on abundance of agricultural and mineral resources. Australia's comparative advantage in the export of primary products is a reflection of the natural wealth of the Australian continent and its small domestic market. The country is a major regional financial centre and a vital component of the global financial system.

In Australia the GNP is $444 and per capita
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Approximately 50 of these restaurants are located in Sydney. This ranges from Thai to Chinese restaurants and from tapas to sushi. Also, these restaurants are subdivided into various price ranges. There are restaurants where you can eat very cheaply but there are still very exclusive restaurants with Asian food and interior. An opportunity for our company is that there are a lot of different Asian restaurants with different price classes. We can sell our product to luxury restaurant, but also to cheap restaurant. Our architect allows the products to customers requirements so it is always a unique product for that particular restaurant, luxury or cheap.
A news report from 2004 refers that the question for Asian restaurants is growing fast in Australia. More and more people, particularly younger people, choose for the Asian cuisine, which research has been shown. Approximately 40 percent of the restaurants in Melbourne and Sydney has an Asian look. Asian restaurants growing fast in Australia. More than 40% of the restaurant has an Asian look. In the future, there is an opportunity to get more restaurant and hotels with an Asian

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