Prepare a 700 word paper in which you conduct a country risk analysis for your selected global business venture (SEELING BOOKS IN BRAZIL). Analyze the following risks in your paper:
o Political, legal, and regulatory risks
o Exchange and repatriation of funds risks
o Competitive risk assessment
o Taxation and double taxation risks
o Market risks (four P's)
The response address the queries posted in 1126 words with references.
// Country Risk Analysis involves studying various forces that influence the business environment in the Country. In order to start such a paper, we must look into the present Legal, Political, Social, Economic and Regulatory environment of a Country. Before starting such analysis, it is important that we must start a paper with a short introduction; we introduce our business and the country chosen like this: //
Selling Books in Brazil
Risk analysis has gained importance in the world marred by changing conditions. In the present times, the business environment has become so dynamic that risk assessment is necessary to determine the success chances of any business. Country risk implies to the probability that modifications or alterations in the business environment would have negative impact on the operating profits or value of the assets of the country. In a fast paced world like today, it has become essential for businesses to conduct a risk analysis before starting a new venture to increase their chances of success. In this paper, a country risk analysis for a business of selling books in Brazil has been carried out.
// Political, legal and regulatory risks are very important to study, as they have a deep impact upon the business environment of the country. We would now, discuss the various Political, Legal and Regulatory issues surrounding the book market in Brazil. //
Political, Legal & Regulatory Risks
Firstly the political, legal and regulatory risk concerned with this business in Brazil has been studied. Brazil is the largest economy among the Latin American nations. The Government of the country is pro- business (Mota, 2005). The Government is open to all economic reforms in the country. In addition, it highly committed to oversee growth in all sectors of the economy. The Government ...
Political, legal and regulatory risks are analyzed in the solution. The response address the queries posted in 1126 words with references.