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Risk Country

Risk that is assumed when keeping or committing resources in some foreign country, for eventual impediments to recover them due to factors globally affecting the appropriate country, other than credit risk and other risks inherent to the operations carried out with its residents, the accounting analysis and recognition of which is made disregarding considerations related to potential difficulties in repatriating of the resources, and which are alien to the counterparties liquidity, solvency o performance. Risk country comprises the sovereign risk and transfer risk. As for credit operations, the former corresponds difficulties that might arise when exercising actions against the borrower or the ultimate debtor for sovereignty reasons, while the former refers to the debtors general inability of a country to comply with their obligations with foreign creditors due to lack of currency.
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