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  1. Introduction - Case abstract
  2. Strategic Audit
    1. Current mission
    2. Current objectives
    3. Current strategies
  3. External environment
  4. Internal environment
  5. Strategic alternatives
    1. Continue Related Diversification Strategy via Acquisitions
    2. Expand Retailing Stores in Latin America & Beyond
    3. Introduce New Products in Current Retail Locations
  6. Recommendation
  7. Implementation

What role has the Chinese Constitution planned in the mutation and the economic success of China? The study of the Chinese Constitution at first reveals its ideological nature. It is not a supreme law which stipulates the right of a neutral and final, and hence directly regulates more or less all spheres of society. The Chinese constitution merely formalizes the structures of state laws and economic principles of the Marxist Leninist Communist theory (I). This law is not the final law. It is only formal and it is formed so that it adapts to changing economic conditions and as per the will of its reform leaders. So in 1982, when Chinese leaders decided the 'building of socialism in the face of China', the constitution was completely redesigned to formalize this new doctrine. But this doctrine, which nevertheless allowed the rise of China, is problematic in many ways. In fact, 'socialism in face of China' and the 'market socialism' were introduced gradually in the constitution with gasoline communist elements of capitalism. This raised the problem of consistency of communism with Chinese characteristics and thus maintaining the Communist Party to power (II).

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