Category Archives: Oceania

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Oceania

Oceania Music and Dance In Oceania, music and dance constitute an integrated art form, performed by singing or playing groups dancing at the same time. Vocal music is more common than instrumental music; however, slit drums of hollowed-out tree trunks and conch trumpets are widespread. In Polynesia, vocal music and dance are based on poetry… Read More »

Tuvalu Market Entry

In the years 2013-2017, there were no measurable exports from the Czech Republic to Tuvalu. Balance of mutual trade exchange for the last 5 years Trade exchange between the Czech Republic and Tuvalu in 2013-2017 Period Value (thousands of USD) 2013 3 2014 15 2015 28 2016 23 2017 49 Source: CZSO Imports from Tuvalu… Read More »

Papua New Guinea Market Entry

Subchapters: Market entry Forms and conditions of operation on the market Marketing and Communications Issues of intellectual property protection Public procurement market Payment terms, payment ethics and resolution of commercial disputes Visas, fees, specific conditions of travel to the territory Employment of citizens from the Czech Republic Fairs and events Market entry According to the… Read More »

New Zealand Market Entry

In 2019, Czech exports again increased slightly year-on-year. Similar to trade with Australia, mutual trade between the Czech Republic and New Zealand ended the last decade with a surplus, which reached more than CZK billion in 2019. Balance of mutual trade exchange for the last 5 years CR-NZ trade exchange according to MPO statistics 2013-2019… Read More »

Kiribati Market Entry

The country’s relations with the EU The EU Delegation in Fiji is locally responsible for Kiribati: Address: Delegation of the European Union for the Pacific Level 6, Tappoo City Complex, Corner of Scott & Usher St, Suva Email: [email protected] Postal address: Delegation of the European Union for the Pacific Private Mail Bag, GPO Suva Tel:… Read More »

Australia Market Entry

Subchapters: Market entry Forms and conditions of operation on the market Marketing and Communications Issues of intellectual property protection Public procurement market Payment terms, payment ethics and resolution of commercial disputes Visas, fees, specific conditions of travel to the territory Employment of citizens from the Czech Republic Fairs and events Market entry For the export… Read More »

Tahiti, French Polynesia Information

Tahiti is a mountainous island, one of whose peaks Orohena reaches 2240 meters. On the northwest coast is the capital of Papete, as well as a port protected from ocean waves by reefs. The city stretches along the coast and along the slopes of the mountains, where luxurious mansions are located among tropical gardens under… Read More »

Australia Cinematography

The arrival and diffusion of cinema in Australia were rather early: the first film (Passengers alighting from ferry ‘Brighton’ at Manly) was screened in 1896 less than a year after the official birth of the cinema and, again in 1896, the ‘operator Maurice Sestier shot the first Lumière’ view ‘(The Melbourne cup) during the most… Read More »

Australia Economy 2014

In 2014, according to estimates by the International Monetary Fund, Australia was the nineteenth country in the world by size of the economy; based on the goals of the 2012 White Paper, it aspires to be among the top ten by 2025. In terms of GDP, Australia is the first country in Oceania and the… Read More »

Nauru Population, Economy and History

Population and Religion Population The vast majority of the population consists of Nauruians (Micronesians with Melanesian and Polynesian influences as defined on COUNTRYAAH). The remaining residents, mainly from Kiribati and Tuvalu, but also from Hong Kong, the Philippines, Australia, New Zealand and Europe, are mostly employed in phosphate mining or recruited for other skilled jobs and… Read More »

Tuvalu Country Overview

Tuvalu, officially Tuvaluan Fakavae Aliki-Malo i Tuvalu, is a state in the southwestern Pacific, with (2019) 11,650 residents; The capital is Funafuti. Tuvalu comprises the Ellice Islands, 4,000 km northeast of Australia, with nine atolls (Nanumea, Nanumanga, Niutao, Nui, Vaitupu, Nukufetau, Funafuti, Nukulaelae, Niulakita). According to COUNTRYAAH, Tuvalu is an island nation in the southwestern Pacific Ocean… Read More »

Solomon Islands Economy and History

Economy Business The economy of the Solomon Islands is divided into a subsistence and a formal sector, in which less than a quarter of the employees work. With a gross national income (GNI) of (2017) US $ 1,920 per resident, the Solomon Islands are among the poorest countries in the Pacific region. As a result… Read More »

Australia History

According to ejiaxing, Australia is a continent and at the same time a country in the southern hemisphere northwest of New Zealand and south of Indonesia, East Timor and Papua New Guinea. The country is the 6th largest in the world. The name ‘Australia’ comes from the Latin term terra incognita australis (“unknown southern country”).… Read More »

Australia History During Colonial Times

It is likely that the Portuguese visited coastal areas of Australia from their base in Timor as early as the first half of the 16th century, because on a map for the Crown Prince of France (»Dauphin map«) made around 1536 in Dieppe on the basis of Portuguese documents a large part of Australia (north,… Read More »

Palau Economy and Culture

ECONOMY The economy is based on agriculture (coconut palms, bananas, sugar cane, coffee) and fishing; moreover, an important source of income is represented by the sale of licenses to foreign fleets, especially Japanese. The secondary is not very developed, while the main resource of Palau is tourism, which is constantly expanding thanks to the natural… Read More »

New Zealand Population, Politics and Economy

New Zealand population According to directoryaah, New Zealand has a population of around 4.5 million and therefore has a low population density of 15 people per square kilometer. Auckland is the largest city in the country with 1.29 million residents. The capital Wellington, named after the Duke of Wellington, is located on the North Island… Read More »

Places to Visit in New Zealand

The Caves of Waitomo Waitomo is a small town 200 km. south of Auckland. It may be easy to overlook on the map, but there is good reason to set the GPS to do so. Beneath the mountains meandering in the landscape are the most adventurous, underground caves in man’s memory. The limestone caves vary… Read More »