PESTEL-analysis for shipbuilding industry at the Russian Far East Group of factors
Russian – Chinese and Russian-South Korean relationships
Level governmental subsidies
World Oil & Gas market
Concentration of governmental efforts for construction and development of infrastructure of Russian fleet. Maintenance of good technical condition of Russian fleet for successful completing of its goals and tasks. (direct and indirect investments) Export diversification strategy expressed in growth of offshore gas & oil fields development.
Creating of free-trade zones near new shipyards for cost cutting in ships construction (order of foreign material and equipment) Infrastructure development funded with tax liabilities in regional budgets + multiplicative effect funded with small and medium business development, which provides the growth needs of shipbuilding production. Capability of training programs at the best South-Korean shipyards. Cooperation with Korean and Chinese shipbuilding companies in shipbuilding and offshore construction Sovereign credit extension
Growing need to tankers and LNGCs fleet renovation
Labor intensity level
Exchange and inflation rate
Credit extension from the biggest Russian banks, such as Alfa Bank, Gazprombank, Vnesheconom bank.
Availability of railway and sea transport routes
Construction of new shipyards allows to reduce the labour intensity and increase the productivity level
Existing of corruption in industry sector
Potential risk of high inflation rate and non-stability exchange rate High volatility of commodity and...
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