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Research and Markets: Guyana – A Political Risk Forecast 2010 Follows a Standard Format That Includes both the Details and Executive Summaries

DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Research and Markets has announced the addition of the “Guyana – A Political Risk Forecast” country profile to their offering.

This 60-page report forecasts the climate for international business under three most likely regime scenarios in the country over the next 18 months and over the next five years. Data includes Political Risk Forecasts for Turmoil, Financial Transfer, Export Markets and Direct Investment for both forecast periods. A Political Risk Services Country Report helps you evaluate the international business climate. They are the perfect starting point before you invest, alerting you to potential risks in the future.

Revised annually with updates issued as warranted, these reports follow a standard format that includes both the details and executive summaries. They include political and economic risk forecasts, 10-year time series for 52 economic and social variables, as well as giving you independent risk ratings that help you assess the risks of doing business in a country.

Key Topics Covered:

Highlights (summary of the report), Current Data (10-year time series for key economic & social data), Comment & Analysis (on recent developments), Forecast Scenarios (Most Likely, Second Most Likely, and Third Most Likely Five-Year Regime Scenarios & Probabilities), Forecast Summary (table summarizing the outlook for variables affecting the forecasts under each regime scenario), Political Framework (including Players To Watch and the key Political Players for this country), Investment Climate for International Business, Climate the for Trade, and Background (Geography, Historical Timeline, Social Conditions, Government, Political Conditions, and Foreign Relations).

For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/937e1c/guyana_a_politic

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