Benin as a Paradigm for Improving Country Risk
Specialist risk intelligence firm EXX Africa publishes a new report that assesses that the West African country of Benin has set one of the most admirable examples on how to successfully mitigate country risk for foreign investment
LONDON, UK / ACCESSWIRE / December 17, 2019 / EXX Africa (www.EXXAfrica.com) publishes a special report on Benin as a paradigm for improving country risk in Africa.
EXX Africa conducted a comprehensive review of the political, economic and security risks facing the country in the coming year and years.
Since 2016, the government has embarked on a comprehensive plan for economic diversification and strengthening of the internal market to make the economy more resilient and to avoid the exogenous shocks to which it was exposed.
The Beninese government has also recently adopted a new progressive constitution and a set of laws aimed at strengthening the country’s institutions and enhancing transparency. These actions should reassure the international community about Benin’s future prospects.
Based on the findings of this report, EXX Africa views Benin as a paradigm for improving country risk in Africa, based on concrete measures taken by the government to mitigate the remaining risks and overcome current challenges.
For any further comment or a full copy of the report, please contact www.EXXAfrica.com
Distributed by APO Group on behalf of EXX Africa.
About EXX Africa:
EXX Africa (www.EXXAfrica.com) is a specialist intelligence firm providing analysis and forecasts on political, security, and economic risk across all African countries. The company was founded in 2015 and has since become a leading risk advisory and consultancy with a broad network of clients ranging from DFIs, banks, traders, corporates, and insurers, to governments and military forces worldwide.
SOURCE: EXX Africa
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