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Control Risks’ data shows average kidnap durations had declined to five days or fewer. Cryptocurrency ransom demands are up, and militant and militia kidnapping in sub-Saharan Africa is increasing.
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Upcoming elections across the African continent are put into perspective. Uganda and Rwanda are demanding more attention as up and coming African markets and Tunisia finally begins to see some positive effects.
Several lessons can be drawn from our background in helping organizations see around unexpected corners -- whether those be geopolitical in nature, compliance related or high-stakes security and risk.
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CEO Nick Allan joined Evan Davis and guests on BBC programme The Bottom Line to discuss how businesses strategise in uncertain times.
The Q4 report details global incidents of war, terrorism, unrest and violent organised crime with commercial relevance.
$17billion in FDI commitments that the country attracted last year, arguably the largest for an emerging market relative to its GDP of $250billion, is one of many reasons to take a positive long-term view on Vietnam.
The aviation industry is experiencing unprecedented challenges from geopolitical risks to the industry and its supply chain.