Country Analysis - Germany

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Country Analysis for Germany. It includes information about the political system, labor market and description the German economy status.

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  • Banana became for the Christmas, Destroyed part stay the same in east Germany
  • Potato
  • Quality not only in machines but even small products Date de fondation : 1761
  • Tourism industry will have a very high potential in German. Each German family has 1.4 child Immigrants have more children
  • What can be a potential business here?Labor market, Blue Card
  • 11 Turk in Bundestag
  • Despite Angela Merkel's landslide win, it could take months for Germany to form a coalition. She's only five seats short of a majority but the SPD, stung by its last foray into government with the chancellor, will extract a high price.The world is watching closely how she fares the outcome of the talks will determine her government's all-important European policy.
  • Country Analysis - Germany

    1. 1. Germany Country Analysis 組- International Business Course 2013
    2. 2. Germany Population 80,399,300 (2012 estimate) Size of country 357,021 km2 Capital City Berlin Source : wikipedia
    3. 3. Decentralization Main Cities: • • • • • Berlin Hamburg Frankfurt Munich Stuttgart
    4. 4. 1871 - 1981
    5. 5. 1393
    6. 6. The Second World War
    7. 7. After The Second World War
    8. 8. Unification - 3 October 1990
    9. 9. Natural resources
    10. 10. Germany = Quality
    11. 11. Demographic
    12. 12. Demographic 1,081,000 people immigrated to Germany in 2012 (provisional results). This was an increase of 123,000 (+13%) from 2011.
    13. 13. Education   Very good universities Universities of Applied Sciences   Connection to industry EU Projects to support research
    14. 14. West and East Germany      West more developed Eastern Germany still less developed Many people leave Eastern Germany especially from small villages and towns Immigrants are not so welcome in the East Most of international companies in the West
    15. 15. Current political system  Bundestag  Bundesrat
    16. 16. Last Election
    17. 17. Elections      "This is a super result." Mrs. Merkel became the only major European leader to be re-elected twice since the financial crisis of 2008 European policy “will continue in the same spirit as before,” SPD: the second worst result in their history The humiliating defeat of the Free Democrats
    18. 18. New Coalition!!   Despite Angela Merkel's landslide win, it could take months for Germany to form a coalition. She's only five seats short of a majority but the SPD, stung by its last foray into government with the chancellor, will extract a high price. It's possible, but unlikely, that she may even have to sacrifice Schäuble and hand the key post of finance minister to the SPD. Der Spiegel
    19. 19. The economical crisis can’t defeat Merkel Unless the othersYES Berlusconi Italia Zapatero Spain Sarkozy France Topolanek Check Republic … YES
    20. 20. FRANCE and GERMANY     France is the second most powerful country in Europe 84% of the population of France have a positive think about Germany if they were German 56% would vote for Merkel France likes Merkel’s policy
    21. 21. ECB • Bundesbank has a lot influence in ECB  GERMANY has nearly the 20% of the decisions of the ECB: the biggest one. To create the € one of German conditions was to create ECB. Define and execut the monetary polices of EU    Currency Exchange € possess and manage the reserves currency money promote the effective operation of payment systems
    22. 22. THE POWER OF GERMANY IN EUROPE       The first ones who pay resque for their Banks HRE, CommerBank… Since 2005-2008 France and Germany invest on Spain around 320.000 M €, most of them went to the real estate company. CrisisAusterity policy in Europe ECBBANKSRESQUED COUNTRIES German Bond is the safest one inEurope Also has power of vote in IMF
    23. 23. The risk of more sovereign and associated debt restructurings is high and unlikely to abate over the forecast period. If the euro zone were to break up, German banks would suffer heavy losses from their foreign lending operations. The state would be obliged to provide widespread recapitalisation. € IS VERY IMPORTANT FOR GERMANY
    24. 24. SPAIN 23/09/2013
    25. 25. Italy 24/09/2013 Greece 24/09/2013
    26. 26. Economy compared to European countries
    27. 27. Economic growth
    28. 28. GDP per Capita 2012 GDP per Capita in Germany: USD 41,354
    29. 29. Unemployment   Total unemployment 2012: 5.5 % of total labour force Less than in EU 10 8 6 4 2 0 Total unemployment Source: Economist Intelligent Unit
    30. 30. Trading Partners
    31. 31. Balance of Payment
    32. 32. Economic Sectors Agriculture Industry Services 1% 28% 71% Services: Transportation, Financial Service, Computer & IT, … Industry: Automobile, Machinery , …
    33. 33. Exports  Main exporting products:    Cars Machinery Chemicals
    34. 34. Imports  Main imported products:    Vehicles Electronic devices Crude oil
    35. 35. Companies  Volkswagen, Daimler, Siemens, BMW,…  SMEs play an important role in the industry   > 3 million companies 70% of employment
    36. 36. Conclusion  Make me a German     Europe history in minutes   http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b038669g http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/tv/posts/Make-Me-A-German video : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9bTKSin4JN4 http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/05/16/europe-historytime-lapse_n_1520724.html List of German inventors and discoverers  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_German_inventors_an d_discoverers
    37. 37. Thank you! Group 1

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