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This infographic, reveals the top export routes of seven major nations showing where the money is flowing and how important each trading partner is to that country

Country analysis involves the examination and interpretation of a nation’s economic, social and political environment.
The analysis is an usefull instrument for get a comprehensive overview of a country.

Country analysis is useful for:

Companies intending to set up a subsidiary

Companies wishing to enter a new market

There are actually many factors involved in the analysis process, but those which are the mostly considered in a Country Analysis are often country reports researched by professional government or independent consulting firms, economic Indicators such as gross domestic product (GDP), consumer price index (CPI), and the export's flow trends which help in gauging a country’s economic health.
High GDP/export's flow growth, low inflation and high CPI are favorable for companies and investors.

Economic, political and socio-demographic forecasting

This is an important part of the analysis process;
is mandatory to understand how political trends will affect regulations for your industry arround the world, how disposable income is changing for 30-35-year-old women or when a frontier market will become mainstream, and so on.

We understand that businesses need to identify where the next opportunity is coming from so that they can act fast to seize it.

Bespoke modelling and scenario analysis

We are the experts in data modelling and analysis.
We use the very latest techniques to model our clients' sales data, helping them to predict how their business will perform.
Some even share our analysis with their suppliers to help to inform their production decisions; but we also produce bespoke models for other purposes.

If you need to understand how a country or industry will respond to any event we can model it.

Risk analysis

Success in business means the considered embracing of risk—without risk, there can be no reward.
This means that risk management is an ongoing part of business life.
But in order to manage risk, you need to measure it. How?
We have tools and models that help to combine quantifiable risks such as default rates with qualitative issues such as political or regulatory instability.

We use these tools to help companies do everything from managing their supply chain to setting location-specific discount rates.

Country analysis reports are usually made for a specific industry. Understanding the current environment and predicting trends further the prospects of a business or an individual investor.