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Mario Garcia II Australi a Country Analysis www.naa.gov.au
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Introduction: Australia Rationale Australia is a country that is beginning to grow and expand globally and grow internally. Even with possible setbacks Australia may be a good fit for expansion. Location and Geography Australia is located in Oceania between the Indian Ocean and the Pacific Ocean, being an island it is surrounded by water and accessible via plane and boat. Australia is the smallest continent in the world but in the top ten as biggest countries. The arid heat and dryness can be concern for brushfires and drought. Insert Map Here www.notonthehighstreet.com
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Sociocultural Environment Country Composition Literacy rate- 99% Rate of urbanization- 1.47% annual rate of change Heavily populated cities- Sydney 4.505 million; Melbourne 4.203 million Major religions- Protestant 30.1%, Catholic 25.3% Educational data- School Life Average 20 Years Age structure 0-14 years: 17.9% 15-24 years: 13.14% 25-54 years: 41.67% 55-64 years: 11.82% 65 years and over: 15.47% 17.9 13.14 41.67 11.82 15.47 Age Structure 0-14 15-24 25-54 55-64 65+
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Sociocultural Environment Values and Communication Both employees and management expect to be consulted People look after themselves and direct families Conflicts are resolved on an individual level Hand shake and a smile is sufficient Business Etiquette Direct in Communication Often use “colorful” language Punctuality is expected Emotion and feeling are not important in business
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Sociocultural Environment: Observation Deck Business Observations They do not like high pressure sales techniques Decision making is made from the top, but may take time due to consultations with subordinates Negotiations move quickly and haggling is not expected Small talk is nonexistent in business, get down to business
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Political-Legal Environment Government and Ideologies Government Type: Federal parliamentary democracy and a Commonwealth realm Recent Changes in Governing Rule: a referendum to amend the constitution to reflect the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples Recognition Act 2013 is planned for early 2017 (2015) Political Pressure (or Opposition) Groups: Other: business groups, environmental groups, social groups, trade unions Corruption Corruption (Transparency International, 2015) Bribe Index Rank: 6/28 Score: 8.5/10 Corruption Perception Index Rank: 13/175 Score: 79/100 OECD Anti-Bribery Convention Enforcement: Moderate Control of Corruption Rank: 96%
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