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Corporate Finance Yves Bofossa

Prof Alfonso Canella Chandu

GENERAL ELECTRIC

INDUSTRY ANALYSIS

Industry and Competition

Industries where G.E competes: Commercial lending, Aerospace products and parts manufacturing, transportation equipment manufacturing, consumer product manufacturing, household appliance manufacturing, electrical products manufacturing, healthcare…

G.E competes against a number of companies, but most of them are more specialized, focusing in on one industry. G.E’s operations on the other hand are spread across many different industries, limiting its exposure to competition from any one company. Of G.E’s competitors, Siemens AG is the most significant. Siemens operates in a number of different industries, many of which it shares with G.E. Siemens is the only company that effectively competes against G.E in nearly all of its main industries.

Other G.E competitors: Agilent Technologies, based in Santa Clara CA. Alstom, based in Levallois-Peret, France. Bank of America, Charlotte NC. JP Morgan, Chase…

G.E Healthcare

G.E Healthcare offers healthcare and medical related services and goods-X ray imaging, MRI, diagnostic imaging, medical diagnostics. G.E is the largest provider of healthcare services and IT solutions, accounting for around 40 percent of the market. Competitors in this segment includes Electronic Data Systems, McKesson, and Cerner. Higher health and wellness standards have led to an increase in life expectancies in many countries around the world. G.E Healthcare buyers are hospitals and pharmacies.

Within 25 years, the percentage of the world’s population aged 65 or over is expected to increase dramatically, which could benefit the medical industry as a whole. Preventive care has become widely used, as it is much cheaper to prevent diseases than it is to treat them. Since G.E is the leading force in the medical imaging market and is...

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