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Country Risk Report - Middle East

Discussion in 'Market Predictions and Reports' started by f-man, Jul 31, 2011.

  1. f-man

    f-man 4Xangels Representative

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    A very interesting updated report about the current situation in many Counties worldwide, divided by Continents:


    Bahrain The business environment is undermined by the government's continuing hard line towards protestors.
    Egypt Increased political tensions negatively affect the overall risk outlook.
    Iran Downside pressures on the risk outlook increase as internal and external conditions deteriorate.
    Iraq Fiscal performance looks is likely to be much stronger than forecast by the government.
    Israel Fast-rising property prices are the main source of risk in the short to medium term.
    Jordan D&B downgrades Jordan's country risk rating due to on-going political tensions and economic concerns.
    Kuwait Political risk remains high as tensions between the prime minister, parliament and royal family threaten stability.
    Lebanon The issuance of indictments against four Hezbollah members undermines the risk outlook.
    Oman D&B downgrades Oman's country risk rating amid persistent economic and political tensions.
    Qatar Gas exports ensure strong potential in the short term but inflationary pressures are growing.
    Saudi Arabia Business performance and growth prospects look set to accelerate in 2011.
    Syria D&B downgrades Syria's country risk rating as the political risk outlook deteriorates further.
    UAE Economic growth continues but significant downside risks remain.
    Yemen The risk of civil war increases as violence between government and opposition forces intensifies.
     

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