Business Environment

January 2012
United States Power Report;Q1 2012, Issue 1, p69
Industry Profile
The article offers information on the business environment of the power market in the U.S. It presents the country's power regional risk/reward ratings with key trends and themes that include population that shows full access to electricity, risk performances and growth perspectives. It states that in terms of internal risks the country scores well concerning policy continuity and limited levels of corruption.


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