BHP Billiton Swot Analysis

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BHP Billiton is the world largest and world class of natural resources with a diversified portfolio of assets that made BHP Billiton remain the strong market position. BHP Billiton is one of the largest suppliers of uranium (Olympic Dam Mine in Australia), copper, silver and lead (Cannington Mine in Australia is the world’s largest single of silver and lead). In addition, BHP owns the World’s largest source of copper with the Escondida mine in Chile. BHP is also the third largest nickel producer and sixth largest world aluminum producer in the world. BHP monopoly the market of Australia, Brazil and South Africa due to BHP is one of the largest producers of iron ore, metallurgical coal and manganese as part of their operations in these three country. BHP is also the Energy Coal customer sector group. It is one of the largest operations in the world and it is strategically positioned to deliver products from operations in Australia, Asia, North America, South America and South Africa.
BHP able to operate with a dedicated customer due to the diversified portfolio of assets that made BHP grow stronger in the market. When time pass through the price increasing to customers due to there are no
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This investment is expected to become a considerable supply of revenue during the 2014 stage. BHP can further implement the innovative marketing answers through new media techniques such as social networking and innovative outdoor advertising and customer outreach programs. These campaigns will involve expanding the brand into developing customer awareness of the company operations and strengths. In order to save environment, BHP Billiton has dedicated itself to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions by up to 5%. If this program can be done properly there will be result in a positive source for sustainable development and environmental responsibility. (Gordon,

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