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Analysis of the riskiness of trade / territory

Political risk, especially in developing markets is often considered as a significant investment restriction. Companies which are able to manage such risk are better protected against dangerous expropriation, government payment delays, cancellation of import and export licenses. Furthermore, they are able to suggest and implement strategies which help to manage the risks. 

Sources of political risks

·         Hostile attitude of neighbouring countries

·         Racial, religious problems

·         Political instability

·         Changes in government, more centres of power

·         Overloaded economic climate

·         Regulations 

·         Populist politics

Risks distorting global stability

·         Weakening role of dollar and euro

·         Increasing price of oil and strategic resources

·         Overheating of China´s economy

·         Growing pension and fiscal crisis in many Western countries

·         Racial and religious issues

·         Weakened investor confidence

·         Asymmetric distribution of a social wealth

·         Various pandemic threat

These risks, amongst others, have to be considered by responsible investors, funding entities and executive management when preparing strategic and business plans. It is imperative that they are considered at all phases of their implementation.

 

Company London Market offers risk analysis of the territory, state or particular region within the country, so that the investor / exporter can identify and manage all the political and credit risks relating to the transaction. 

 

Also researching the consumer-base of market is very important. Businesses that invest time researching the consumer-base for their products increase their chances of succeeding in the international marketplace. Researching potential markets can help you specify market segments, identify where your product is most likely to sell, determine both domestic and international competitors and establish a fair market price for your product.

 

Conducting a systematic market search takes time, but normally pays off in the long run. Considering many of the factors involved with exporting in the beginning will save you from misfortunes in the end. 

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Nov 24, 2017

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A “Brexit” seminar, British Chamber of Commerce

 

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Conference: "Sub-Saharan Africa - export opportunities and their financing"

   

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