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Country Risk and Competitive Analysis
Analyzes investment risk factors for eight socio-economic regions of the world. Contains abstracts of 18-month and 5-year forecasts of risks pertaining to financial transfer, direct investment, and export markets. Covers over 100 countries.
The Report contains:
- Detailed country competitiveness profiles of 131 economies
- Data tables for survey and hard data variables ranking profiled economies
- Global rankings: the Global Competitiveness Index and the Business Competitiveness Index, measuring growth and productivity, respectively
- Exclusive data from the Executive Opinion Survey, with over 11,000 responses from business leaders worldwide.
Doing Business in...
"Doing Business in..." booklets from HLB International.Doing Business reports from the World Bank address four key areas (more)
- Starting a Business
- Dealing with Licenses
- Registering Property
- Enforcing Contracts
This is a collection of overviews written by Lex Mundi member firms. The guides include U.S. states as well as country-level guides. Lex Mundi is an worldwide association of independent law firms.
Country Profiles. La Poste Export Solutions
Information on 42 countries with: economic data, sectorial trends, consumption statistics, distance selling methods, population distribution, etc. The site allows comparison between 2 countries for selected themes.
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Accounting, Finance, Management, Managing Human Capital, Marketing, Pharmaceutical & Healthcare Marketing, Decision & System Sciences, Business Intelligence, International Business, Family Business & Entrepreneurship, Sports Marketing, Economics
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