Brazil’s post-covid business risk surpasses that of Chile, Peru, and Uruguay – EIU

The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) scale, in which 100 represents the highest risk,shows Brazil at 51, with a "C" grade, as do Mexico and Argentina . Chile, Peru and Uruguay receive a "B" grade.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The operational risk for businesses in Brazil in a post-covid future lies in a mid range, according to the "Operational Risk in Latin America" report, from The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU). On a scale in which 100 represents the highest risk, the country scores 51, with a "C" grade.

The highest risk (86 and an "E" grade) is Venezuela, followed by a group of "D" rated countries: Nicaragua (65), Haiti and Bolivia (both 63). The only American territory with an "A" grade is Aruba (19), a constituent but self-governing part of the Netherlands. Next . . .

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