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Philippines (officially the Republic of the Philippines) The project report 2 The main contents for the presentation •The international business environment of the (Country): 1. Overall information : Presentation provides concise picture of the country, such as geography, demographics, education, religion, politics, etc.. 2. Macroeconomics : Major Economic indicators, such as GDP, economic growth rate, per capital income, etc.. 3. The comparative advantage goods over other countries : coffee, textile, etc.. 4. International logistics infrastructure : Transportation, communication, etc.. 5. Analysis/methods of entry into the (country) markets : FTZ, etc.. •Business Opportunities of the (Country): 1. Presentation describes the good/goods that have the comparative advantage over other countries. 2. Industry/industries that have niches/advantages and potential attraction for foreign investment. 3. Suggests to list some concrete investment incentives and encouraged measures for foreign investment or even concrete product solutions that have a promising future. A. Information 1. Geography: Topography of the Philippines The Philippines is an archipelago composed of about 7,641 islands with a total land area, including inland bodies of water, of 343,448 square kilometers. Due to the volcanic nature of the islands, mineral deposits are abundant. The country is estimated to have the second-largest gold deposits after South Africa and one of the largest copper deposits in the world. It is also rich in nickel, chromite, and zinc. 2. Demography The population of Philippines is 104 million people. (2016) Metro Manila is the most populous of the 3 defined metropolitan areas in the Philippines and the 11th most populous in the world. The city of Manila has a population of 1.78 million in 2016, according to census data. (comprising 17% of the national population)
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