COUNTRY RISK is the risk a depositor takes when placing funds on deposit outside the United States. The host country where the funds are domiciled may decree that no fund may be expatriated, or sent out of that country, until the decree is lifted.
FULL DISCLOSURE, generally, is the requirement to disclose all relevant or material facts to a transaction.
OPERATING EXPOSURE, in foreign exchange, is currency fluctuations combined with price level changes that can alter the amounts and riskiness of a firm's future revenues and costs. It is typified by evaluating real exchange gains or losses. It is prospective and long-term in nature.
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