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  • International Business Issues: In-depth: Operational burden of Ebola outbreak on international business remains limited at present
  • Argentina: Crime figures point to growing prevalence of express kidnappings in Buenos Aires
  • Europe & CIS: EU: Dispute likely to delay ratification of free trade deal with Canada
  • Iraq: Kurds to continue oil exports
  • Uzbekistan: Elite infighting to perpetuate expropriation, nationalisation risks
  • India: Kerry visit likely to focus on revitalising Indo-US relations
  • China: Unprecedented purge underlines political flux, new corruption enforcement environment
  • Gabon: Public audit highlights endemic corruption in state institutions
  • Congo (DRC): Ruling party support for constitutional amendment likely to fuel political tensions
  • Kenya: Expansion of geothermal power production to reduce electricity prices; reliability to remain challenge
  • United Kingdom: Status as key financial hub unlikely to be affected by bonus clawback plan, fraud probes
  • Ukraine: Talks between officials, separatists unlikely to produce viable peace plan amid intensifying clashes
  • Afghanistan: Increase in cross-border militant attacks likely to further strain relations with Pakistan
  • Yemen: Fuel price increase liable to cause further unrest, plays into political disputes
  • Libya: In depth: Violence between power centres increasingly taking on characteristics of civil war
  • Honduras: Formal charging of mayor highlights widespread official corruption, particularly at local level

Mexican Telecoms Law

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China's corruption crackdown

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Nigerian Islamist Terrorism

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