Corporations seek to answer four main questions concerning strategic decision-making; what to produce or sell, in what quantity, how, and where? The first two questions are related to the economic strategy of the firm, mostly dependent on markets (demand) and the planning of production. The third question underlines the technological and labor strategy related to the inputs. The fourth is the spatial strategy that sets the spatial division of production. The location decision usually depends on product, inputs, and market considerations.