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Analysis Of The Car Industry
PEST Analysis POLITICAL –Legislation Environment Company Cars Competition –Taxes and Duty –Subsidies
POLITICAL –Legislation Environment Company Cars Competition –Taxes and Duty –Subsidies
PEST Analysis ECONOMIC –Excess Capacity –Economies Of Scale –Diversification –Mergers and strategic alliances
ECONOMIC –Excess Capacity –Economies Of Scale –Diversification –Mergers and strategic alliances
PEST Analysis SOCIAL –Environment –Car Culture –Fashions and taste –Redundancies
SOCIAL –Environment –Car Culture –Fashions and taste –Redundancies
PEST Analysis TECHNOLOGICAL –E-Commerce –Safety –Plant efficiency –Gizmos
TECHNOLOGICAL –E-Commerce –Safety –Plant efficiency –Gizmos
Five Forces Analysis THREAT OF ENTRY –East Asian companies - Globalisation –Quotas reduced or abolished –Labour
Five Forces Analysis BUYER POWER –High –Imports By Individuals –Distribution Channels –Large Number Of Substitutes –Second Hand Market –Over Capacity –Large purchase
Five Forces Analysis SUPPLIER POWER –New Registrations –Just In Time –Brands –Dealerships
Five Forces Analysis SUBSTITUTES –Public Transport –Other Segments Of The Market –Similarity Of Product –Alternative Fuels
Five Forces Analysis COMPETITIVE RIVALRY –Mature Market –Price Wars –Ease Of Access –Large Number Of Competitors
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