July 2007
Asia Monitor: South Asia Monitor;Jul2007, Vol. 13 Issue 7, p2
Country Report
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The article looks into the risks of India for 2007. The country's relations with other countries helped it earned a short-term political risk rating of 67.8. Meanwhile, the decline in the inflation in May contributes to the 82.1 short-term economic risk rating. Its overall business environment score is 40.6, with 46.4 for infrastructure, 37.0 for institutions and 38.3 for market orientation.


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