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Our unique combination of services, geographical reach and the trust our clients place in us ensure we can help them to effectively solve their problems and realise new opportunities across the world.

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  • Mexico: Increasing extortion of construction companies shows deteriorating security in Guerrero
  • China: Strike at foreign-owned plant in Guangdong highlights labour tensions
  • Austria: Arrests of suspected Islamist extremists underline tough stance on travel to conflict in Syria
  • Romania: Rise in cigarette smuggling highlights persistent threat from counterfeit, organised crime
  • Kazakhstan: Fuel shortages reflect insufficient refining capacity, market distortions
  • Colombia: Regulatory challenges will persist in energy sector despite positive signals from cabinet reshuffle
  • Mauritania: Appointment of new prime minister unlikely to augur major policy shifts
  • Venezuela: Increased scrutiny of price controls likely to lead to more complex operational environment
  • Indonesia: Court’s rejection of presidential election case risks clashes but mass protests, unrest unlikely
  • Iran: Parliament's vote to dismiss science minister highlights divisions between president, legislature
  • Zambia: Mine worker protests in Chingola underscore persistent threat from labour unrest, rising anti-mining sentiment
  • Sudan: Tribal clashes in East Darfur, West Kordofan to continue, highlight EXTREME security risks
  • Nigeria: Reported army mutiny underscores dissatisfaction with counter-insurgency weaknesses; coup remains unlikely
  • Libya: Energy assets will remain vulnerable to disruption, despite resumption of oil exports

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