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Spain (PEST-"STEEPLE") Analysis

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Transcript of Spain (PEST-"STEEPLE") Analysis

Spain PESTEE Analysis
Economic

Suffered and still suffering from recession and slump, crisis since 2007
25% unemployment
Slow growth started this year
Social

Good location --> tourism --> growth
More growth in the North
Families --> less money
Bigger difference between rich and poor
More divorced families --> more women work
High life expectancy rate (85 years old)
Safety
Technology
MEDC
One of the countries with more Internet access
A lot of TV stations and local radio
Developed country technologically
Medical advance
Transportation (high-speed rail lines)
Advance Research
Political

Monarchy
Corruption: 2 examples of fraud: Urdangarin (2011) and Jordi Pujol (2014)
Taxes
Ethical
Environment
Inditex: multinational clothing company (
ZARA
)
Their prices lowered
Since it is national company, they still maintained their growth
More environmental concern: more money
Children are taught about this concern
Wind power: top electricity source
More organic products
Deforestation
Air pollution
Quality of water
Law: starting work age is 16
Depends on the business
Big business: less ethical
I N D I T E X
Inditex (
ZARA
)

Helped and donated
They say they are ethical, but they aren't
Children work for them
Force workers to work more
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