• 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

Control Risks In The News

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  • Le Mexique ouvre son secteur pétrolier aux étrangers

    Wednesday, August 13, 2014 - ...source de revenu pour eux', tempère Dwight Dyer, analyste pour Control
    Risks, une entreprise privée de consulting, ajoutant que les plus


  • China Antitrust Crackdown Threatens to Erode Foreign Profits

    Monday, August 11, 2014 - ...Kent Kedl, managing director for Greater China and North Asia at Control
    Risks Group Holdings Ltd. They are being much more aggressive now


  • Venezuela on slow, unsteady path to private sector rapprochement

    Wednesday, August 06, 2014 - ...America and of the mining practice in Caracas. Risk consultancy Control
    Risks VP for global services in South America Daniel Linsker concurred


  • Russia Sanctions to Bite in 3-6 Months: Hecker

    Thursday, July 31, 2014 - ...July 31 (Bloomberg) -- Charles Hecker, global research director at
    Risks, talks about the damage to the Russian economy from
    July 31 (Bloomberg


  • Jakarta backs Singapore’s plan to fight haze with heftier fines

    Thursday, July 31, 2014 - ...Mr Steve Wilford, Asia Pacific director at London-based Control
    , a consultant on corporate threats and government corruption.


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