Business Environment

October 2011
United States Power Report;2011, Issue 4, p77
Industry Profile
The article provides an overview of the power business environment in the U.S. The country's business environment rating for power service is forecast to increase due to factors of wide market size and high generating capacity in installation, energy consumption and generation. It is also high in its international risk, especially in limited corruption levels and policy continuity. However, the country has decreased in terms of rewards due to its weak economic performance.


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