BMGT511_AUSTRALIA_PUTTA

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Unformatted text preview: I N TERNAT IONAL BUSINESS HO MEWORK AUSTRAL IA CASE STUDY SUBM I TTED TO PROF.ROGER.L.POWELL SUBM I TTED BY VENKATA ARUN PUTTA I D# 110-00-3233 1. What are some current issues facing Australia? What is the climate for doing business in Australia today? Current issues facing Australia : One of the current issues facing Australia is health care . Issues of facing the future health care workforce in Australia in light of factors such as population ageing is one major problem. It has been argued that population ageing in Australia is affecting the supply of health care professionals as the health workforce ages and at the same time increasing the demand for health care services and the health care workforce. The health workforce market in Australia is influenced by a wide range of factors; on the demand side by increasing levels of income and wealth, emergence of new technologies, changing disease profiles, changing public health priorities and a focus on the prevention of chronic disease. While a strong correlation is observed between age and use of health care services, this is mediated through illness, as typified by the consistent finding of higher health care costs in the months preceding death. Second would be the global financial instability . While the immediate crisis may have passed, underlying problems remain. The sheer size, complexity and interconnectedness of private financial markets now challenge the ability of any individual national government to monitor and properly regulate them. Furthermore, the capacity of governments collectively to intervene in the face of further crises is reduced because of the high level of public indebtedness in the major advanced economies. Third would be the challenge of nuclear proliferation . Despite recent, positive nuclear weapons reduction agreements between the US and Russia, the problem hasn't gone away. The destructive power of nuclear weapons is beyond comprehension. The suspected proliferation activities of North Korea and Iran are comprehension....
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