The Australian Bureau of Statistics has a list of local businesses with a total annual revenue of $4.2 billion, but the biggest contributor to their financial success is the forestry industry.
The number of businesses employing workers in forestry has increased by 70% in just three years.
However, as with other sectors, there are many different types of businesses in the forestry sector.
Some are large scale, while others are small and scattered.
Forestry is an industry that relies heavily on community support, with some people being paid as little as $15 an hour to assist in the harvesting of forest trees.
More than 90% of the revenue from the forestry trade comes from government funding.
There are more than 300,000 employees of forestry companies across Australia, and many more in other parts of the country.
Some forestry companies operate as small independent businesses, which means they are run by volunteers.
Other companies are large conglomerates that are run with the support of governments.
These large conglomerations of companies and the individuals who run them are known as forestry super-entities.
They are responsible for running and managing hundreds of thousands of hectares of land and are responsible, in part, for the huge profit margins these companies have earned over the years.
When looking at how many jobs a company has, there is some data that can help.
The most recent data available shows that the forestry superentities account for more than one-third of all the jobs in Australia.
One of the biggest factors contributing to the increase in employment in forestry is that the industry has seen significant economic growth in recent years.
The growth of the forestry industries has been fuelled by a variety of factors, such as the introduction of the Australian Taxation Office, a new National Forest Act, and increased demand for wood from overseas markets.
Australia is the second largest importer of wood in the world, and this has resulted in a surge in demand for timber.
The value of these products has also risen dramatically, with prices being driven up by increased demand from overseas buyers.
In 2015, there were approximately 3,000 forestry industry employees in Australia, representing about one-quarter of all employees in the country and one-fifth of all jobs in the industry.
While there are more jobs in forestry than in any other industry, it is important to note that this is a small proportion of all forestry jobs.
An estimated 50,000 workers are employed in forestry-related industries in Australia and New Zealand, which represent around 10% of total jobs in those countries.
So while the growth of forestry in Australia has been fantastic, there has been a lot of work going on in the rest of the industry, too.
For example, many of the big timber companies have found ways to adapt to the changing climate and climate-change driven changes in the Australian economy.
“For example in Victoria and New South Wales, they have been able to reduce their production of wood pellets and reduce the cost of their timber by a third,” Mr Lee said.
He said the industry also uses sustainable techniques and practices to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and he was optimistic that forestry-associated industries would continue to thrive in the future.
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