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Country Risk Analyst

Summary: The Country Risk Analyst (CRA) is a comprehensive suite of tools and resources designed to help country risk analysts perform each stage of their workflow more efficiently and accurately.

Main Points: The CRA opens up the IHS Global Insight's leading economic forecasts covering over 150 macroeconomic variables for 204 countries.

Country Risk Analyst enables users to:

·        Make significant time savings and perform your job efficiently using our automated graph updates, pre-built tables, embedded tables within MS Office™ 

·        Conduct analysis using comparable data, of over 150 variables, across 204 countries 

·        Understand major risk factors relating to a country's political, economic, legal, tax, operational, and security situation 

·        Access our Sovereign Risk reports for all 204 countries along with ratings 

·        Continuously refresh your assessments with insights from our same-day news analysis 

·        Find extensive, non-partisan analysis of over 200 countries 

·        Access directly via email or telephone IHS Global Insight's team of 350 economists and analysts

Country Risk Analyst features these key components:

·        Country reports for 204 countries 

·        Macroeconomic forecasts, country risk ratings, and sovereign risk ratings for 204 countries 

·        Same-day analysis of key risk-related events via e-mail alert or online 

·        Supplemental IMF data 

·        Data navigation, presentation, and update automation software 

·        Pre-formatted tables and spreadsheets covering macroeconomic variables and risk ratings

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