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Country Risk
A collection of risks associated with investing in a foreign country.
    
These risks include Political Risk, Exchange rate Risk, economic Risk, sovereign Risk and transfer Risk.Transfer Risk  is the Risk of capital being locked up or frozen by government action. Country Risk varies from one country to the next. Some countries have High enough Risk to discourage much foreign investment.
    
Country Risk can reduce the expected return on an investment and must be taken into consideration whenever investing abroad. Some country Risk does not have an effective Hedge. Other Risk, such as Exchange rate Risk, can be protected against with a marginal loss of profit potential.
    
Risk is chance that an investment's actual return Will be different than expected. This includes the possibility of losing some or all of the original investment.
    
The United States is generally considered the Benchmark for Low country Risk and most nations can have their Risk measured as compared to the U.S. Country Risk is higher with longer term investments and direct investments, which are investments not made through a regulated market or Exchange.
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