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  1. Introduction
  2. Explanation, in general, the performance of L'Oreal
  3. The value chain
    1. Support Activities
    2. Main activities
  4. The Porter's five forces
    1. The bargaining power of suppliers
    2. The bargaining power of customers and distributors
    3. The rivalry between existing competitors
    4. The threat of new entrants
    5. The threat of substitute products
  5. The key success factors
    1. SBU: Consumer Products
    2. SBU: Professional Products
    3. SBU: Luxury
  6. The competitive position
  7. SWOT model
    1. Diagnosis of internal strengths and weaknesses of L'Oreal
    2. Analysis of opportunities and threats affecting the company
    3. Deepening of the external diagnosis according to the 5 forces of Porter
    4. The main strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats
    5. SWOT grid proposals
  8. The Human Resources Department at L'Oreal Description of the organization of the HR function The key points of the HR policy for L'Oreal:
    1. Recruitment
    2. Training
  9. Strategy, culture and fashion animated men
  10. Strategies
    1. A differentiation strategy
    2. A vertical integration strategy
    3. A diversification strategy
  11. The structure
    1. The operational center
    2. The strategic apex
    3. The strategic Technostructure
    4. Logistics support functions
  12. Corporate culture
    1. Different sources of cultures
    2. Culture in the service of the company
    3. Ethics, Values and Principles
    4. Managing Diversity at L'Oréal
  13. The animation of men
    1. The authority
    2. Influence of the orientation leaders
    3. L'Oréal and adhocracy
    4. Background
    5. Description of features of the structure adhocratic found for L'Oreal
  14. Study of the Management Development Center
  15. Strengths and weaknesses of the MDC Latin America
  16. Recommendations
  17. Conclusion

The success of the Chinese economy over the last 20 years and its development differs in many respects from that of many other nations. Its robust economic growth, which bore the rank of the fourth largest economy, has resulted in a dramatic reduction of poverty. Its recent accession to the WTO in December 2001 after 15 years of negotiations, attests to the rapidity of its ascent. This rise has enabled a low-income country to become densely populated with a world economic power and it continues to surprise many analysts.

In developed countries like in developing countries, experts and policymakers never tire of studying the rise of China and its economic impact at regional and global levels. In addition, the rapid growth of China scared many of them, who said that a boom in the Chinese idea of capitalism could destabilize the global economy.

Thus the economic development of China was characterized by very rapid growth for over twenty years, achieved by adopting a set of strategies combining centralized planning and an industry based on exports, and an attitude to change its policy of continual creative and innovative changing of the development strategy. How has China made this transition and has it become a great power on the international scene? To what extent can it be said that China has become a major economic power?

The economic development of China is characterized by the following:
first, very rapid growth for over 20 years, has catapulted to the rank of fourth largest economy in the world; second, the adoption of a set of strategies combining central planning, industrialization focused at once on import substitution and export, and a sector policy in the field of foreign direct investment (FDI) at various times, can involve several sectors of the economy at the same time;
third, the ability to continually change its policy in a creative and innovative in terms of the development strategy of the moment, as well as national or international economic conditions.

In sum, if the economic development of China is characterized by very rapid growth for over twenty years, by adopting a set of strategies combining centralized planning and an industry based on exports and a attitude to continually change its policy in a creative and innovative in terms of the development strategy of the moment, how has China made its transition and has it become a great power on the international stage? To what extent can it be said that China has become a major economic power?

If China has transformed its economy dramatically plan to make the transition to the socialist market economy, one can say that China has become one of the major economies of the twenty-first century.

After the Chinese Communists have come to power in October 1949 and have proclaimed the People's Republic of China (PRC), the Soviet Union offers them a model of development and considerable economic aid. In 1949, infrastructure and overall production capacity of the country are destroyed on the one hand, and inflation is raging on the other. The government is undertaking and a restoration of the economy with reforms that will disrupt the economy.

For example, China is committed to economic planning; the first five-year plan covers the years from 53 to 57. One of the first economic reforms and land reform and land distribution was among farmers June 28, 1950. Mao tightly controls the collectivization of agriculture. End 56, the state directly or indirectly controls the overall industrial production.


Tags: China; economy; Chinese economy growth; economic planning

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