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An in-dept analysis of the risks involved in trading with or investing in 151 different countries.

DUBLIN, Ireland -- Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/reports/c26077 ) has announced the addition of The Handbook of Country Risk 2005-2006 to their offering.

The risks to international trade change rapidly and often dramatically. Any serious international business needs to keep abreast of these changes and to know how to take practical action. Compiled by Coface the world's number one in insurable trading risks, this authoritative handbook provides up-to-date analysis of the risks involved in trading with or investing in 151 countries, giving each one a unique risk rating.

Each country entry gives: Main economic indicators; Strengths and weaknesses and risk assessment; Conditions for market access; Foreign exchange regulations and attitudes to foreign investors; Import export data; Standard of living / purchasing power statistics.

For finance departments, the handbook crucially assesses the likelihood of payment default. And for business developers and would-be investors, it weighs the risks and opportunities in markets and gives industrial sector performance overviews from across the developed and developing world.

It is an invaluable resource for: Companies developing and expanding their international trade; Entrepreneurs and their advisors concerned with international investment; Anyone responsible for export decisions and international product launches; Finance officers responsible for credit risk and debt collection; Trade finance professionals in banking, insurance and reinsurance; Government agencies and business academics involved in trade development.

--A country-by-country guide to the risks involved in trading with 151 countries and the probabilities of payment default

--Unique risk analysis and country rating from Coface a world leader in credit protection and insurable business rating

Companies Mentioned

Oxford Analytica

For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/reports/c26077
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