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Verisk Maplecroft Country Risk Report Iran Q3 2015


Verisk Maplecroft Country Risk Report Iran Q3 2015

Report summary

The July 2015 nuclear agreement between world powers and Iran marks the beginning of a gradual process to lift sanctions and open the Iranian economy to foreign investment.  Iran's vast natural resources have attracted considerable interest  from foreign companies.  Companies looking to enter Iran after the implementation of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) will not be immune from legal and reputational risks stemming from sanctions.


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Verisk Maplecroft’s industry-leading global risk analytics - encompassing more than 200 political, economic, societal and environmental issues for 198 countries – is coupled with expertise in country risk analysis and strategic forecasting.

The country risk report provides in-depth analysis across the following risk areas: Governance and political landscape, business environment, economy, conflict & security, societal development and human rights and environment, natural hazards and climate change.

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  • Executive summary
    • Key facts
  • Governance and political landscape
    • Overview
    • Governance and the rule of law
    • Political landscape
    • International relations and geopolitics
  • Business environment
    • Overview
    • Legal and regulatory framework
      • Investment framework
      • Business efficiency
    • Infrastructure
    • Corruption
  • Economy
    • Overview
    • Macroeconomic outlook
    • Monetary and fiscal policy
    • Labour market
    • Foreign direct investment and trade
  • Conflict and security
    • Overview
    • Political violence and civil unrest
    • Terrorism
    • Security forces and human security
    • Crime
  • Societal development and human rights
    • Overview
    • Socioeconomic development
    • Civil and political rights
    • Labour standards and supply chain
      • Labour protections, child labour and forced labour
      • Human trafficking
      • Working conditions and wages
      • Health and safety
      • Unions and labour unrest
  • Environment, natural hazards and climate change
    • Overview
    • Environmental governance and regulation
    • Natural resources, biodiversity and ecosystem services
    • Natural hazards and disasters
    • Climate change vulnerability
  • Country scorecards

In this report there are 25 tables or charts, including:

  • Executive summary
    • Map 1: Administrative areas
  • Governance and political landscape
    • Figure 1: Regime Stability Index – Country comparison
    • Figure 2: Supreme Leader - President relations
    • Figure 3: Blocking paths to a nuclear bomb
  • Business environment
    • Figure 4: Business Environment Index – Country comparison
    • Map 2: Infrastructure
    • Figure 5: Corruption Risk Index – Country comparison
  • Economy
    • Figure 6: Macroeconomic Environment Index – Country comparison
  • Conflict and security
    • Figure 7: Conflict and Political Violence Index – Country comparison
    • Map 3: Regional terrorist incidents
    • Figure 8: Security Forces and Human Rights Index – Country comparison
  • Societal development and human rights
    • Map 4: Poverty density
    • Figure 9: Civil and Political Rights Index – Country comparison
    • Figure 10: Labour Rights and Protection Index – Country comparison
  • Environment, natural hazards and climate change
    • Map 5: Water stress
    • Table 1: Natural hazards risk scorecard
    • Map 6: Seismic risk
    • Map 7: Climate change vulnerability
  • Country scorecards
    • Climate Change and Environmental Risk Atlas 2015
    • Global Risks and Resilience Atlas 2015
    • Growth Opportunities Atlas 2015
    • Human Rights Risk Atlas 2015
    • Legal and Regulatory Environment Risk Atlas 2015
    • Natural Hazards Risk Atlas 2015
    • Political Risk Atlas 2015
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