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  • 1. GERMANY’S PESTELPESTEL des BUNDESREPUBLIKS DEUTSCHELANDES
    Analysis by:
    Abhijit, Aditya, Nikita & Nilesh
  • 2. PESTEL :: POLITICAL ANALYSIS
    German Empire was created in 1871 by Chancellor Otto von Bismark. History dates back to Holy German Empire (962 – 1806 AD).
    The Reichstag, or elected parliament, had only a limited role in the imperial government. 
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    PESTEL:DEUTSCHLAND
  • 3. PESTEL :: POLITICAL ANALYSIS
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    PESTEL :: POLITICAL ANALYSIS
    Post 1945: WW II Divided Germany in 2 parts : West Germany (Rich Germany) and East Germany (Poor Germany).
    Berlin: Capital of Germany was also divided in 2 parts by way of “Berlin Wall”.
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    PESTEL :: POLITICAL ANALYSIS
    Location: Central EuropeArea: 357,104 Km²Inhabitants 2008: 82,2 MillionCapital City: BerlinState System: Democratic- Parliamentary Federal StateAdministration: 16 StatesTime Zone: Central European Time (CET)Currency: 1 Euro = 100 CentsGross National Income: EUR 2,529.78 BillionTelephone Country Code:+49Power Voltage: 230 V, 50 Hz
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    PESTEL:DEUTSCHLAND
    PESTEL :: POLITICAL ANALYSIS
    • Federal Republic Of Germany (Constituted Of The United Germany On 3 October 1990)
    • 6. 3 Levels Of Government:
    • 7. Federal: Bicameral With The Bundestag (Federal Assembly) And The Bundesrat (Federal Council)Both Responsible For National Laws, e.g.: Taxation
    • 8. States (Laender): Own Constitutions, Governments And Parliaments - Running Of Own Facilities, e.g.: Education And Hospital
    • 9. Local: Relatively Large Power, eg. Levy Business Tax
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    Legislation
    Bicameral System: In Addition To The Bundestag, The Bundesrat (Consisting Of Delegates Of The State Governments To Uphold The  States’ Interests) Participates In Legislation.
    State Structure
    Germany Is A Federation Consisting Of 16 Federal States, Each With Its Own Constitution, Parliament And Government. The Highest State Authority Is Exercised By The Federal Government. Through The Agency Of The Bundesrat, The States Are Represented At The Federal Level And Participate In Federal Legislation.
    Suffrage
    Universal, Equal And Secret Suffrage As Of 18 Years Of Age (In The Case Of Municipal Elections In Part As Of 16), Elections To The Bundestag Are Held Every Four Years.
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    PESTEL :: POLITICAL ANALYSIS
  • 11. PESTEL::Economical
    Largest Economy in Europe, Fourth Largest by Nominal GDP in the World
    Gross GDP = $ 3.673 Trillion, ~30% share to Industry.
    Nearly 40 Fortune 500 Companies are headquartered in Germany.
  • 12. GDP Growth Rate : Germany & India :: A Comparison
    Source: World Bank Data
    Germany Has Been Experiencing A Strong Economic Recovery After A Prolonged Period Of Stagnation In The Early Years Of The Current Decade.
  • 13. Source: www.wikipedia.org
  • 14. PESTEL:: SOCIAL ANALYSIS
    Established Comprehensive System Of Social Security
    HDI = 0.947 ( ) Index Based On
    Life Expectancy At Birth (Average Life Expectance = 77 years)
    Adult Literacy Rate
    Standard Of Living
    Population Density = 230 Per Km2
    Per Capita $ 44,728(Source: WIKIPEDIA)
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  • 15. The 2007 Health Care Reforms
    Four Reforms Rolled Into One
    Introduction Of Health Insurance For All
    To Care Structures And Health Insurance Fund Reorganisation
    Reform Of Financing Structures
    Reform Of The Private Health Insurance
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    PESTEL:: SOCIAL ANALYSIS
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    PESTEL:: SOCIAL ANALYSIS
    • Some Figures: -
    • 17. Population between 15 – 64 years = 66%
    • 18. Population Growth =
    - 0.44%
    • Median Age
    • 19. Male = 42.2 years
    • 20. Female = 44.7 years
    • 21. Sex Ratio: Male : Female :: 1.04 : 1
    • 22. Largest Religion: Christianity, 32% Protestants, 31% Catholic
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    German population
    Source: World Bank Data
    German population
    Growth in Comparison to
    India
  • 23. PESTEL :: ENVIRONMENT
    Europe’s Largest & World’s 6th Largest Carbon Emitter.
    After Signing Kyoto Protocol,
    22% Reduction In Carbon (Cox) Emissions.
    39% Of Wind Energy Of World’s Requirement
    Committed To Use Renewable Energy Source In Future
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  • 25. PESTEL :: LEGAL SYSTEM
    Law Enforcing System Is Divided At 3 Levels: -
    Federal
    State &
    Local
    More Powers At State Level, Whereas Federal Police Intervene Only At National & International Level.
    The German Supreme Court, Namely The Federal Constitutional Court Monitors Maintenance Of These Rights And The Preservation Of Justice.
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  • 26. Historically speaking, German law in part goes back to Roman law and in part dates back to numerous other legal sources in the various German regions.  
    The Administration Of Justice Is Divided Into Five Branches:
    Ordinary,
    Labor,
    Administrative,
    Social And
    Financial Courts.
    In Surveys On Political And Legal
    Stability, Foreign Investors Put Germany Second Only To Great Britain.
    This Legal Stability Attracts Foreign Companies And Is To The Benefit Of Investments And Entrepreneurial Activity In Germany.
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    PESTEL :: LEGAL SYSTEM
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    FOR VIDEO
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  • 31. Europe’s Largest Engineering Conglomerate.
    Headquarters in Berlin & Munich.
    Original Business known as German Electrical-equipment Manufacturer.
    1847 – Founded In Berlin, Under The Name Siemens & Halske, To Build Telegraph Installations By Werner Von Siemens & His 3 Brothers.
    Expansion To Produce Dynamos, Cables, Telephones, Electric Power & Lighting
    1903 – Transferred Its Power – Engineering Division To Siemens – SchuckertwekeGmbh
    1932 – Siemens – ReinigerWerke AG Was Estblished To Produce Medical Equipment
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  • 32. Achievements: -
    1848: First Long Distance Telegraph Line In Europe
    1850: A Branch In London Started By Sir William Siemens.
    1867: First Telegraph Line Between Calcutta & London.
    1881: In Godalming, UK World’s First Street Electric Lighting Was Powered Using Siemens Ac Alternator
    1885: Diversified In Electric Trains & Light Bulbs
    1907: Ca 35,000 Employees And Siemens Became 7th Largest Company In Germany.
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    Corporate Vision: -
    A World Of Proven Talent, Delivering Breakthrough Innovations, Giving Our Customers A Unique Competitive Edge, Enabling Societies To Master Their Most Vital Challenges And Creating Sustainable Value. 
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    ABB Group: Regional Revenues
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    Period: January 2009 to June 2009
    Source: NSE
    SIEMENS V/S ABB :: Sectoral Revenues
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    SIEMENS & United States of America: -
    Broad Presence In World’s Toughest Market
    Energy:: covering 1/3 of US electricity need per day
    HealthCare :: No. 1 application service provider, processing an average of 170 million transactions for 1000 customer daily.
    Industry :: Siemens processes 100 % of nation’s mail
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    SIEMENS SYNONYMS INNOVATIONS
    • Patent Position Of Siemens In
    • 47. Germany :: No. 2
    • 48. Europe :: No. 3
    • 49. USA :: No. 11
    • 50. 32,300 R & D Employees World-wide
    • 51. 17,000 Software Engineers
    • 52. 150 R & D Locations In 30 Countries
    • 53. 8,200 Inventions In FY 2008 Alone
    • 54. 55,000 Active Patents As On September 2009
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    We View Corporate Responsibility As A Strategic, Management-driven Task That Integrates Our Business, Environmental And Citizenship Activities To Create Sustained Tangible And Intangible Value For Our Company And Our Stakeholders By Ethically Sound Means.
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    • Nearly One Quarter Of Siemens’ Revenue Is Generated By Products And Solutions That Make A Direct, Quantifiable Contribution To Environment And Climate Protection (~ €19 Billion).
    • 57. In Fiscal 2008, Energy-efficient Products And Solutions In Our Environmental Portfolio Saved About 148 Million Tons Of Co2 For Our Customers...Which Equals The Total Co2 Emitted By New York, London And Hong Kong
    • 58. By 2011, Income From Environmental Portfolio Should Grow To €25 Billion.
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    VIELEN DANK !!!
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