September 2016

Country Risk Rating Alert

D&B’s Country Risk Indicator provides a comparative, cross-border assessment of the risk of doing business in a country and encapsulates the risk that country-wide factors pose to the predictability of export payments and investment returns over a time horizon of two years.

Country Risk Outlook Trend Changes Scoring

Dun & Bradstreet’s Country Insight Snapshot Reports now provide greater visibility of potential upcoming outlook trend changes for each country. This enables us to foreground any changes to the outlook trend by referring to them explicitly in the headlines and key developments sections of the reports, and explaining the underlying reasons for the change in rating outlook.

This is a powerful refinement and – alongside the Country Risk Ratings – provides our customers with even greater visibility of the current and future situations across 132 countries.

Shown below are our Risk Rating Changes recently published in the latest edition of our International Risk & Payment Review Journal.

What You Need To Know:

Which Countries have been Upgraded (risk level has improved):

No countries have been upgraded this month.

Which Countries have been Downgraded (risk level has deteriorated):


Dun & Bradstreet downgrades Cambodia's country risk rating as political turmoil escalates in several areas, increasing the level of reputational risk.

Outlook Trend Changes


Dun & Bradstreet upgrades its rating outlook for Egypt following the conclusion of a three-year agreement with the IMF.


Dun & Bradstreet upgrades its rating outlook for Libya as loyalist militias oust Islamic State from Sirte, but security risk remains elevated.





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