Glaring omission! Some games are actually cheaper here in than in the US, like certain older Ubi titles, so it's not like such information is completely useless.
They are not a steam currency yet. Check back later when they are rolled out (penned in for start of next year).
Yes, but similar to the CIS countries, games in Australia have their own pricing even while charging USD.
SteamDB already has rate limits it brushes against (but complies with). If prices are added for Australia (which are rarely different), where prices are already denominated in USD... then prices for other countries will need to be added too. There is no significant value until AUD is rolled out.
CIS countries consistently have a different pricing, so your comparison is not valid. The rest are all currencies steam has rolled out. As said before, wait until steam launch AUD/NZD. They said this should happen early next year.
Developers are allowed to set different prices for CIS region (in USD) and Russia (in RUB) at same time.
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