* Fees could boost which in theory would lead to sales decreasing and earnings therefore decreasing but as delicious chocolate is such a tiny purchase this can be unlikely 5. Government are always pushing for any healthier Briton as obesity is a significant cost for the NHS this will theoretically drive down sales 2. Food labelling and foreign trade laws and regulations these should be monitored 5. Food safety acts in the various countries they transact in * Making sure subsidiaries aren't underpaying staff or perhaps treating them unfairly in any other case scandals and lawsuits could happen similar to Wal-Mart in the US.
5. High rates of interest would result in the Company's unwilling to borrow money which in turn would limit their development * If minimum wage was elevated then people would have more income to buy the products but they would have to pay their particular workers more
2. Higher tendency in snacking increasing revenue as persons want to enjoy on the go 5. Business surrounding the Cadbury manufacturing plant will benefit from tourism 2. More people are health conscious and might stay away from very high sugar large calorie products * (talk about salmonella outbreak inside the chocolate/selling to kraft) * Articles have been wrote about chocolate financing war in Africa this will likely have a negative effect on the corporation (http://www.davidalley.com.au/do_not_eat_cadburys_chocolate)
* Fresh machinery causes greater productivity maximising earnings * Mass media these can both be bad or good they make the company more transparent and harder to cover up mistakes but also provide a platform to advertise positive points. They reach a mass audience rapidly. * Price and maintenance of machinery these are generally the drawbacks as it can be harmful for keep up with technology to keep competitive