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This is a group assignment, the company we choose is Chinese road and bridge corporation, what need to be done is my part followed by the instruction blow, don’t need introduction and conclusion.
The whole instruction is as followed, the subject of the case study is a country risk assessment. Candidates should imagine that they are considering the viability of making a direct investment in projects located in the Rwandan Special Economic Zone. Groups should identify a company currently invested in this zone and analyses the viability of making a direct investment in this company’s project.
And my part is to provide the response examines country risk in relation to the Rwandan Special Economic Zone, with reference to both the core text and the academic literature. Provide the country risks from the perspective of the specific industry. Please note this is for the specific industry in the country and based on evidence (use relevant references). Which should be 1500 words.

 

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David answered on Nov 26 2019
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Country Risk – Rwanda
Country Risk - Rwanda
The overall political instability at the neighboring nation of Rwanda, that is, Democratic Republic of Congo, has impact investing environment across the entire area (Dodman et al. 2017; Booth and Golooba-Mutebi 2014; Serneels and Verpoorten 2015). On account of political stability in Rwanda and dedicated efforts on improving the business climate, stocks of FDI related companies have risen over past few years. Having said that, the inflows in terms of FDI continue to be relatively weaker with US Dollar 380 million reported during 2015, and US Dollar 409 million reported during the year 2016 (Dodman et al. 2017; Booth and Golooba-Mutebi 2014; Serneels and Verpoorten 2015).
The lower level capacities for human resource, poorer infrastructure, a position of being landlocked, higher costs for operations, limited availability of natural resources as well as overall political instability within Rwanda represent some of elements of the key factors which effectively limit overall potential attractiveness concerning this country (Dodman et al. 2017; Booth and Golooba-Mutebi 2014; Serneels and Verpoorten 2015). I
espective of this, Rwanda possesses various assets, (i) substantial levels of reserves for methane gas, the mining potential that has not been explored yet as well as its reputation for being one amongst least co
upted nations across Africa (Dodman et al. 2017; Booth and Golooba-Mutebi 2014; Serneels and Verpoorten 2015). Finally, the local Government have continued their efforts in developing liberal policies for transforming Rwanda to be hub for trade as well as services (Dodman et al. 2017; Booth and Golooba-Mutebi 2014; Serneels and Verpoorten 2015). The said strategy have gained actual success as has been illustrated on account of the significant levels of reduction concerning the nation’s bureaucratic procedures with there being just two form of administrative procedures in being followed as well as just three days needed for any new company in starting their activities (Dodman et al. 2017; Booth and Golooba-Mutebi 2014; Serneels and Verpoorten 2015).
During May 2015, the country launched its new code for investment that was aimed in attracting increased flows in FDI for new technology, energy, and, tourism sectors (Dodman et al. 2017; Booth and Golooba-Mutebi 2014; Serneels and Verpoorten 2015). Further it removed the mandate for foreign investors in having been required for investing minimum amount equivalent to US Dollar 100,000 as per the new code (Dodman et al. 2017; Booth and Golooba-Mutebi 2014; Serneels and Verpoorten 2015). This new code for investment is in alignment with development program of the government called Vision 2020 that should aid in improving the overall climate of the business climate government (Dodman et al. 2017; Booth and Golooba-Mutebi 2014; Serneels and Verpoorten 2015). Telecommunication, energy, tin, tea, and coffee represent some of these sectors which had attracted increasing amounts of foreign investment over the past years (Dodman et al. 2017; Booth...
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