This is a Thunderbird Case Study. This case study is in view of the genuine encounters of a few organizations that we have worked with that need to extend their business into developing markets. The case traces and outlines a system of investigation that spotlights on evaluating outside conversion standard dangers, nation hazard examination, and administration's choice making process in selecting an objective nation and about dealing with the dangers connected with this choice. The case gives information on four conceivable target nations for which strategies for guaging trade rates (PPP, IRP, IFE, B/P) can be utilized. The case additionally gives the chance to evaluating whether a legislature is seeking after suitable macroeconomic strategies to keep away from emergencies. At long last, the case takes into account an assessment of the likelihood of an outside trade, money related, remote obligation, and managing an account emergency in one or a greater amount of the four nations. While the case can be utilized to consider macroeconomic approach choices, its genuine reason for existing is to inspect administration's choice making procedure to distinguish and oversee conceivable dangers connected with venturing into developing markets.
1. What is the current domestic and international situation of each country relative to benchmark performance measures (for that country)?
2. Is the country currently following appropriate economic policies from a domestic as well as an international perspective?
3. After your risk analysis, which country is more likely to have what kind of crisis and why?
4. If you recommend that Tower Associates proceed with a transaction in one of the selected countries, which strategy would you suggest they follow: a foreign exchange hedging strategy or a country risk crisis management strategy?