The BRIC+M Emerging Market Risk Comparisons Report identifies the major near-term and long-term risks in leading emerging markets. This includes country, region, economic and political risk in five of the world’s largest emerging markets (Brazil, China, India, Mexico and Russia) over the near-term (2010 to 2016) and the long-term (2017 to 2025). This report determines which of these emerging markets provide the greatest opportunity for both near-term and long-term business and investment success. This includes both business opportunities in each emerging market as well as the impact of potential risk factors in each market. In addition, this report rates each emerging market in terms of business opportunities and risk levels, including the development of a ranking system for each emerging market covered in this study.
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The BRIC+M Emerging Market Risk Comparisons Report The contents of this report are as follows: - Goals of the Study - Brazil Overview - China Overview - India Overview - Mexico Overview - Russia Overview - Economic Risk Comparisons - Political Risk Comparisons - Country Risk Comparisons - Region Risk Comparisons - Total Near-Term Risk Outlook - Total Long-Term Risk Outlook - Conclusions