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STEEPLE Analysis for China

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Meng Xie

on 29 October 2014

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Transcript of STEEPLE Analysis for China

Technological Factors
China aims to become a world technological power by 2049 and strives to be a leader in innovation and science (China Daily)
Economic Factors
Foreign direct investment (FDI) represents capital invested in a country that provides manufacturing and service capabilities for both native consumers and world markets. (Investopedia)
Political Factors
"The People's Republic of China is a socialist state under the people's democratic dictatorship led by the working class and based on the alliance of workers and peasants."
Environment Factors
Environmental degradation and pollution in China also pose challenges beyond those to the natural environment. (Council Foreign Relations)
Thank you!
Socio-cultural Factors
China contains one-fifth of the world's population and is the world's fastest-growing economy.
STEEPLE Analysis for China
China is a big country that has large population and rich resources. Here are the reasons that why a investor need to invest in China.
Legal Factors
Work Cited
China is undergoing rapid economic expansion as it finds its place in the global marketplace.
Disparities between rich and poor, so the more people need a job.
China's technological development faces both opportunities and challenges, as international competition and cooperation have become intense.
(China Daily)
China's attractiveness as a destination for investment capital rests on its development of infrastructure, resource availability (physical and labor), productivity and workforce skills, and the development of the business value chain. (Investopedia)
China's forest resources also rank among the lowest in the world.
China has opened the door to the involvement of non-governmental organizations and the media in environmental protection. (Council Foreign Relations)
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