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  • United States: Outcome of state, gubernatorial elections to influence local regulations
  • Hungary: Introduction of internet tax underlines increasing regulatory, tax risks for telecoms companies
  • Canada: Ottawa attack confirms increased threat from home-grown terrorism in Canada
  • Nigeria: Nigeria Elections Monitor: Security environment to deteriorate in run-up to February 2015 general elections
  • Worldwide Terrorist Threats: Homegrown attacks in Canada confirm modest increase in terrorist threat to Western countries; further incidents likely in coming months
  • Peru: Rising petty crime remains main threat to business in urban areas
  • Mexico: Federal intervention in Guerrero, México states unlikely to bring sustained security improvements
  • Nepal: Parties fail to reach consensus on constitution, likely to miss January deadline for agreement
  • Tanzania: Mandatory listing on local stock exchange signals heightened contract risk for telecoms operators
  • Azerbaijan: Forthcoming elections to limit room for compromise during talks over Nagorno-Karabakh dispute
  • Greece: Bailout exit plan remains coalition policy despite market warning, likely government collapse in early 2015
  • Mali: Disagreements between northern rebel groups underline limited scope for comprehensive peace settlement
  • Congo (DRC): Violent protests, continued rebel attacks highlight persistent insecurity in North Kivu
  • Uganda: Security force crackdown on protest in capital highlights potential for escalation into violence
  • Pakistan: Attack on Hazaras underscores deteriorating security situation in Balochistan
  • Iraq: Shoot-out between security forces, militia fighters highlights persistent security challenges posed by armed Shia groups
  • Moldova: Government to remain committed to European integration despite further Russian sanctions
  • Myanmar: NGO’s report on special economic zone’s impact highlights reputational risks from land acquisition
  • India: Court ruling on shares transfer likely to ease regulatory risks in capital account transactions
  • China: Personnel changes may influence regulatory crackdown on MNCs

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