Political Risk in Developing Country When Company is Moving Production

Naitik J Patel

Abstract


There are many aspects like social, economic,
political, legal, technological, which directly or
indirectly affect our business specially when the
market is new or company is moving to another
country. This paper shows that there are many
aspects company should look into before going
to another developing country for their
production or business, particularly the aspects
of the country's political structure and
processes should between into account when
assessing political risk

Keywords


Investment, Political group, Foreign risk.

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