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  • Indonesia: In-depth: Presidential election challenge likely to fail but risks temporary uncertainty, protests
  • South Africa: Unions’ reduced wage demand likely to lead to deal in metalworkers’ strike in short term
  • China: Authorities' closure of major food supplier highlights safety concerns
  • Panama: Changes in regulatory environment unlikely despite implementation of price controls
  • Central African Republic: President’s calls for ceasefire, holding of peace talks unlikely to improve security situation
  • France: Disorder at anti-Israel protest confirms vulnerability of political, religious extremists to anti-Semitism
  • Palestinian Territories: US call for ceasefire, Israeli defence minister's remarks suggest Gaza fighting will lessen over coming days
  • Cameroon: Potential for short-term disruption to persist despite government ban on 22 July protest, widespread instability unlikely
  • Pakistan: Failure of security operation in Karachi underscores threat of militancy, criminality
  • Turkey: Arrests of police officials underscore politicisation of security services, anti-corruption efforts
  • Russia: Escalation of EU sanctions likely to remain gradual until completion of MH17 crash investigation
  • Americas: Changes in regulatory environment unlikely despite implementation of price controls
  • Nicaragua: In depth: Attacks on ruling party supporters points to presence of politically-motivated armed groups
  • Venezuela: Election of delegates ahead of ruling party’s national congress unlikely to diminish party’s internal divisions
  • Europe & CIS: EU: Political disagreements suggest trade deal with US unlikely in next two years

Control Risks In The News

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  • READY OR NOT: CORPORATE READINESS TO FRAUD

    Tuesday, July 22, 2014 - ...event. According to research conducted amongst 300 companies last year
    by Control Risks and the Economist Intelligence Unit, a third of
    businesses...
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  • Europe Needs to Back Netherlands on Sanctions: Lea

    Tuesday, July 22, 2014 - ...Netherlands on Sanctions: Lea July 22 (Bloomberg) - Control Risks
    Senior Europe Analyst David Lea discusses the possibility of further
    sanctions...
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  • Indonesia Election Results Due as Widodo Leads Unofficial Counts

    Monday, July 21, 2014 - ...narrowing, Steve Wilford, Asia-Pacific director based in Singapore
    for consultancy Control Risks, said in an e-mail. I still suspect
    he ll take...
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  • On The RiskMap Radar: Iran's Nuclear Negotiations, Mexico's Reforms, And The 'Post-Crimea' Era Of Geopolitics

    Monday, July 21, 2014 - have a vested interest in this being successful, says Henry Smith, Control
    Risks senior Mideast analyst, in a new podcast. People want to see
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  • Indonesia Election Result on Schedule as Prabowo Pushes Delay

    Monday, July 21, 2014 - ...Steve Wilford, Asia-Pacific director based in Singapore for consultancy
    Control Risks. He has gone on the record in front of international
    media...
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