What Factors Affect The Strategies Of Set Targets In New Zealand's Dairy Industry
external factors that affect the strategies of set targets in New Zealand’s dairy
industry. And the strategies of set targets are the most important in the business, it
decides the business success or failure, it decides the direction of business
development and decides position of business in the market.
Political is a very important point in business for every country in the world.
Political rule had been designed by the government group. So the government
can control political rule to affect the business. so the set targets would be affected
by the policy。
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Because the New Zealand’s dairy industry and government
need to analyze the fully liberates the second child policy in China that would affect
and push the exact direction of dairy industry in New Zealand. After that, the dairy
industry would change the target that how many dairy product would product in the
future. So the Political factor would affect the strategies of set targets in New
Zealand’s dairy industry
After the policy affect the strategies of set targets in New Zealand’s dairy industry.
The Economic also would be affect. Because expand its production system would
push the economic, For example, more new-build be built that would push the realty
industry，more labor be hired that would push the obtain employment .etc.
Finally the economic would be pushed in New Zealand.
Be pushed economic would make the government or dairy industry to get the new
targets. For example, maybe the government would expand system of production;
maybe he government would narrow the system of production; everything is possible.
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So the legal factor would affect the strategies of set targets in New Zealand’s dairy
Environment is base for everything, So the changing environment would affect the
people, business, industries.
In New Zealand, Dairy industry is facing limits to further growth. Rising land costs
and competing land use are the first point. Because rising land costs would raise the
cost of diary product, the price competition advantage would be weaker than before.
The second point is water shortages and allocation regimes, For example, base on this
point that the “Dairying and Clean Streams Accord” has been agreed between
Fonterra and the Ministry of Environment, the Ministry of Agriculture, and local
Government environmental councils.
New Zealand dairy industries were meeting these challenges through sustainable
farming. Those points are earlier to explain that environment would affect