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Name Institution Course Instructor Date Country Risk Analysis: India Introduction Formerly known as the Republic of India, India is the state occupying the largest part of the Indian subcontinent in the Southern part of Asia. Population wise, India has a huge population level as it comes second after China with 1,173,108,018 (July 2010 estimate).
Therefore, the country’s economy is growing and when united with its population increase, India is indeed a very significant nation for investment in the world (Machiraju 36). This paper will seek to discuss a country risk analysis with reference to India by taking the perspective of a multinational corporation considering expanding its operations into that country, and is intended to assess the business environment in that country. Geographical Location Bounded in the south eastern part by the Arabian sea, in south by the Indian Ocean, and on the south eastern side by the Bengal Bay, the country of India shares her border land with Bhutan in the north-eastern side, Pakistan on the western angle, and Nepal, China, Burma, and Bangladesh on the eastern side (Machiraju 49). India covers an area of 1,269,219 square miles (3,287,263 sq km); the capital city is New Delhi, while the major cities include Chennai, Bangalore, Mumbai, and Kolkata. With regard to the Indian Ocean, India lies within the vicinity of Maldives and Sri Lanka while the islands of Nicobar and Andaman share the maritime border with the states of Indonesia and Thailand (Saleem 66). This indicates that India lays within a very vibrant economic location – a factor that gives this country too much international openness. ...
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