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This is a post graduate university project where you can search for the required information wherever you like in order to get the final asked results.

It is just a school project nathing really complex. It can be as long or short as needed but it has to have an adequate and real result. And i am offering to pay around 50 to 100 USD.

I need someone who knows the basic post graduate university regulations and i need it done within the next week. Please someone commited with the deadline.

The Assignment:
As an economic consultant, you are asked to evaluate the business environment and hence the chances of success for an European multinational firm. The firm is interested in developing a new hybrid electric car to be sold to one of these developing or emerging economies : Russia, India, Brazil. The car is to run on gasoline, bio-fuel and electricity.

Financing is to consist of 50% € and 50% local currency. Currencies of these countries operate under a flexible-rate regime. Interest rates are routinely changed by the central banks. Businesses are regulated to a certain extent.
Obtain the latest data on GDP, growth, inflation and interest rates, wages and other costs of initiating
and continuing a business, rent and taxes, re-patriation regulations. Make the necessary assumptions and using appropriate macroeconomic and other models, obtain of forecasts of such variables as exchange rates and inflation etc.
Predict the probable after-tax return on investment. Use the numerical data to provide your conclusion in favor of investment in one of these three countries.

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