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  • 1. DESTEP- analysis Australia New Zealand Europe Oscar Beltram Kim Rotsaert Marten de Bruin Lisa van den Hoek Daniel de Gruijter
  • 2. Index
    • Demographic factors Australia
    • Variables current economic situation
    • Economic factors Australia
    • Demographic factors New Zealand
    • Economic factors New Zealand
    • Demographic factors Europe
    • Economic factors Europe
  • 3. Demographic factors Australia
    • Population
    • 21.400.000
    • Density: 2.9/km2
    • Religion
    • 64% is Christian, biggest part of that 64% is Angalican or Roman Catholic
    • 19% is not religious
    • 12% did not give a answer
    • The remainder: religious, but NOT Christian
    • Climate
    • The Climate is VERY different throughout Australia, but the largest part is desert
    • Temperatures: 50 and -10, but subzero temperatures are rare.
  • 4. Demographic factors Australia
    • Area
    • 7,686,850 km2, 99.11% ground & 0.89% water
    • Highest point: Mount Kosciuszko at 2,228 metres
    • Capital
    • Canberra
    • Government
    • Federal parliamentary democracy and constitutional monarchy
    • Languages
    • 100% English, 80% speaks ONLY English, 2.1% Chinese, Italian 1.9% and Greek 1.4%
  • 5. Variables
    • - Global sketch of current economic situation
    • - Indicators:
    • Inflation
    • Unemployment
    • Currency
    • Interest
    • Domestic and foreign investments
  • 6. Economic factors Australia
    • Inflation:
    • 2008  1,3%
    • 2009  2,8%
    • Increase due to energy prices and raw materials
    • Unemployment
    • 2007  4%
    • Low because of economic prosperity
  • 7. Economic factors Australia
    • Currency
      • 1 Australian Dollar =
      • € 0,61 (stabile)
      • $ 1,10 (strongly subjected to alteration)
    • Interest
    • Increasing equally with inflation, aim is 3% or less
    • Domestic and foreign investments
    • Domestic  $ 245,4 billion, 27 % of GDP
    • Foreign  $ 20 billion, 2,2% of GDP
  • 8. Demographic factors New Zealand
    • Population
    • 4.280.000, 78% European/other, 14.6% Maori, 9.2% Asian, 6.9% Pacific People
    • Density: 15/km2
    • Religion
    • 56% is Christian, biggest part of that 56% is Angalican or Roman Catholic
    • 35% is not religious, a increase of over 5% since 2001
    • The remainder is religious but not Christian
    • Climate
    • Maritime, temperatures hardly fall under 0 degrees or top 30 degrees
    • Highest temperature 42.4, coldest temperature -21.6
    • In the capital the sun shines a average 5h29m a day, rest of the country varies 4 – 7 hours
    • Area
    • 268,680 km2
    • Highest point: Aoraki/Mount Cook at 3754 metres
  • 9. Demographic factors New Zealand
    • Capital
    • Wellington
    • Government
    • Parliamentary democracy and Constitutional monarchy
    • Languages
    • 98% English, 4.2% Maori, New Zealand sign language 0.6%
    • Unofficial languages, from widely to rarely spoken: Samoan, French, Hindi, Yue and Northern Chinese.
    • Other
    • New Zealand was discovered by the Dutchman Abel Tasman, he called it Nova Zeelandia, called after the Dutch province 'Zeeland'.
  • 10. Economic factors New Zealand
    • Inflation
    • 2007  2,4%
    • 2008  3,3%
    • 2009  2,5%
    • Unemployment
    • At its highest point since five years; 4,6%
    • Due to economic crisis
  • 11. Economic factors New Zealand
    • Interest
      • 2007  7,8%
      • 2008  8%
      • Due to financial crisis rates are slashed to combat global recession
    • Domestic and foreign investments
      • 2005 Most business-friendly country
      • Free-trade-agreements with Chile, Singapore, Brunei
  • 12. Demographic factors Europe
    • Area
    • 10.2 million square km
    • Population
    • Population: 731 million
    • Population density: 70 / km2
    • Religion
    • 76.4% Form of Christian
    • 4.6% Muslim
    • 19% Atheist/Non believers
    • Climate
    • Average year temperature: 12
    • Highest point
    • Mont Blanc 4807m
  • 13. Demographic factors Europe
    • Capital
    • Brussels
    • Government
    • The EU is an intergovernmental and supranational union of 27 states.
    • Languages
    • Roman language: Italian, Spanish, French
    • Germanic language: Dutch, German, English
    • Slavic language: Czech, Slovakian, Polish
  • 14. Economic factor Europe
    • Inflation
    • Inflation increases due to rising energy prices, nutrition and other raw materials
    • Expectations: decrease in 2009
    • Unemployment
      • EU average: 7,2 %
      • Highest: Slovakia  9,8%
      • Lowest: The Netherlands  2,6%
  • 15. Economic factors Europe
    • Currency
    • In 16 states Euro (Eurozone)
    • 1 euro = 1,28 US Dollar
    • Interest
    • Reasonably stabile despite financial crisis
    • Exact rates vary strongly
    • Domestic and foreign investments
    • Export  € 1,33 trillion
    • Import  € 1,466 trillion
    • Main partners: China, US, Japan, Russia, Switzerland