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HUL IN

NEWZEALAND

Presented By:
Achyut Brahma (03)
Amit Kr. Gupta (07)
Anupama Chanda (10)
Farhad Mazumder(24)
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INTRODUCTION
The estimated population of the country is about
4.4 million. It maintained most of the previous
governments'
economic reforms
restricting
government intervention in the economy
putting
more emphasis on social policy and outcomes. For
example, employment law was modified to give more
protection to workers, and the student loan system
was changed to eliminate interest payments for New
Zealand resident students and graduates. Foreign
policy has been essentially independent since the mid
1980s.
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What is PEST
Analysis?

There are many factors in the macroenvironment that will effect the decisions of
the managers of any organisation. Tax
changes,
new
laws,
trade
barriers,
demographic change and government policy
changes are all examples of macro change.
To help analyse these factors managers can
categorise them using the PEST model.

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PEST Factors
Political factors: These refer to government policy such
as the degree of intervention in the economy.
Economic factors: These include interest rates, taxation
changes, economic growth, inflation and exchange rates.
Social factors: Changes in social trends can impact on
the demand for a firm's products and the availability and
willingness of individuals to work.
Technological factors: new technologies create new
products and new processes.
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DOING BUSINESS RANK IS 3RD among 183


countries
TOPIC RANKINGS

DB 2012 Rank

DB 2011 Rank

Change in Rank

Starting a Business

No change

Dealing with Construction Permits

No change

Getting Electricity

31

29

-2

Registering Property

No change

Getting Credit

No change

Protecting Investors

No change

Paying Taxes

36

38

Trading Across Borders

27

27

No change

Enforcing Contracts

10

10

No change

Resolving Insolvency

18

16

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ECONOMIC
The worlds least corrupted country is Newzealand
having a
Ranking: 1
Score: 9.5
Over the past 20 years the government has
transformed New Zealand from an agrarian
economy dependent on concessionary British
market access to a more industrialised, free market
economy that can compete globally.

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SOCIO-CULTURAL
The culture of New Zealand is largely inherited from British
and European custom, interwoven with Maori and
Polynesian tradition. An isolated Pacific Island nation, New
Zealand is a cosmopolitan culture that reflects its changing
demographics, is conscious of the natural environment,
and is an educated, developed Western society.
More recently, New Zealand culture has been broadened
by globalization and immigration from the Pacific Islands,
East Asia and South Asia. European and Mori remain the
two largest ethnicities, but the large Polynesian population
in Auckland has prompted the observation that Auckland is
now the largest Polynesian city in the world.

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HDI Rank (among 187 countries) is 5th.


Languages

According to the 2006 census, 174 languages are used in


New Zealand (including sign languages). After English and
Mori, the most common are Samoan (85,428 speakers),
French (53,757) ,Hindi (44,589) and Cantonese, spoken by
44,154 people). The life expectancy of a New Zealand
child born in 2011 was 82.4 years for females, and 78.4
years for males. Life expectancy at birth is forecast to
increase from 80 years to 85 years in 2050
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Contd..
New Zealand has an adult literacy rate of 99 percent and

over half of the population aged 15 to 29 hold a tertiary


qualification. In the adult population 14.2 percent have a
bachelor's degree or higher, 30.4 percent have some form
of secondary qualification.
Just over half the population identify as Christians, with

Hinduism, Buddhism and Islam being the most significant


minority religions.
Farming is a major occupation in New Zealand, although

more

people

are

employed

as

sales

assistants.

Unemployment was at 6.8 percent during the June 2010 .


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Age structure
0-14 years: 20.4% (male 448,106/female 426,348)
15-64 years: 66.4% (male 1,426,595/female 1,420,643)
65 years and over: 13.3% (male 260,454/female 308,201)
Median age:- 37years
Urban population: 86% of total population
Life expectancy at birth:Total population: 80.71 years
male: 78.7 years
female: 82.81 years
Literacy Rate:total population: 99%
male: 99%
female: 99%
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TECHNOLOGY

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