country risk


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country risk

n
commerce the risk associated with an overseas investment due to the conditions prevailing in the country in which it is made
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Country risk often arises when a government seeks to expropriate assets and/or profits, impose discriminatory pricing intervention policies, enforce restrictive foreign exchange currency controls or impose discriminatory tax laws.
FOCUS: "The fact that foreign trade in relation to GDP is growing vigorously helps a lot to reduce country risk.
The country risk section is substantially revised to include the February 22, 2002, interagency supervisory and examination guidance on an effective country-risk management process for banking organizations (including bank holding companies).
It is important to test for unit root because estimated relationships between environmental variables and indicators of country risk may exhibit spurious relationships.
Skold says the market is highly competitive, with each insurer doing its own country risk ratings and underwriting.
When formulating their strategies for such environments, managers frequently rely on country risk analysis.
This additional dimension, typically called country risk, encompasses the uncertainty of achieving expected financial results solely due to factors relating to the project's location in another country.
SilverPlatter Information has announced the release of EIU Country Risk Service on Disc, a comprehensive risk-evaluation service that closely monitors and forecasts up to 180 key economic and financial indicators for 97 countries.
Our model predicts that changing country risk in South Africa can be reflected in changing spreads on the rand.
Best considers to have an elevated level of country risk.
The Netherlands Country Risk Report helps businesses with market assessment, strategic planning and decision making to promote growth and profitability in Netherlands.
This rating action follows yesterday's raising of Ireland's local currency country risk ceiling to Aa1 from Aa3 that reflected Moody's revised approach to assigning local currency country risk ceilings in currency unions.
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