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    Host Country Risk Profile for Mexico for AMS

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    Create a risk profile for your host country that identifies such factors as political, economic, terrorism and crime risks. The U.S. State Department Web site (http://www.state.gov/) provides country-specific reports and regional warnings. Use this information to supplement your findings and state your opinion on whether the risks inherent in your host country are enough to dissuade international enterprises from pursuing business there. Host country Mexico and AMS.

    You can also search for other risk analysis services or reports for your country and include these in your profile.

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    The response addresses the queries posted in 1006 words with references.

    //In this paper, we will discuss the impact of the risk factors prevailing in the host country Mexico, that the American Manufacturing Sales (AMS), needs to consider before establishing its business venture in the country. We will begin with providing a brief introduction of the country and then determine the risk factors existing in the country. //

    In order to start a business venture in a new country, it is vital to determine the risk factors that prevail and are specific to its market. It is imperative to create a risk profile of the country before moving into the market of that country. There are various parameters for analyzing the risk factors involved. The political and economic factors as well as terrorism and crime rate largely influence the business processes, so it is vital to look upon the current statistics of these factors. Mexico is a federal republican country, which comprises one-fifth part of the United States. The country stands at number eleven in the population parameter. The constitution of the country consists of thirty one states and a federal district.

    //Now, we will elucidate the various factors of the country separately and analyze the risk element associated, which may hinder the international business. We will initiate our evaluation by taking into account the political and economical scenarios of the country, which are as described: //

    The political scenario of the country largely influences the new business entrants as the government dominates and executes the laws of economy. In Mexico, the power of execution is delegated to the President. The judiciary is divided into federal and the state court system. Mexico has a very liberal economic ...

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    The response addresses the queries posted in 1006 words with references.