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  • Mexico: Offering of licence contracts to reduce regulatory burden, attract smaller companies
  • Burundi: Political crisis to increase integrity, sanctions risks
  • Kyrgyzstan: Renewed anti-corruption drive unlikely to prompt meaningful reduction in integrity risks
  • Iraq: Militant attacks underscore challenges to government offensives in Salahaddin, Anbar provinces
  • Mauritius: Replacement of president unlikely to impact political stability, policy direction
  • Iran: President's remarks, legislative activity point to increased posturing ahead of 2016 parliamentary poll
  • Asia & the Pacific: Military drills highlight persistent tensions along China-Myanmar border
  • Vietnam: Scenarios: Reformists likely to consolidate power but corruption could aid conservative comeback
  • China: Incentives likely to be offered as private investors sought to partner indebted local governments
  • Argentina: Report indicates rising homicides nationwide, deteriorating security situation
  • Europe & CIS: Meeting of Serbian, Albanian PMs highlights EU influence on infrastructure co-operation despite tensions
  • Sweden: Arrests underscore increased efforts to counter terrorist recruitment, travel to extremist conflicts
  • Asia & the Pacific: US officials’ comments highlight increased scope for escalation in South China Sea disputes
  • Afghanistan: Attack on guesthouse in northern province highlights continued threat to international organisations
  • Madagascar: Military support for impending constitutional court verdict to reduce risk of interference in political process
  • Libya: Takeover of Sirte airport by Islamist militants underscores limited capacity of rival governments to maintain security
  • Uganda: Arrest of opposition figure highlights political repression ahead of 2016 general elections
  • Cuba: Removal from terrorism list underlines likelihood of formal diplomatic relations
  • Latvia: Election of new president to have little impact on political stability, pro-business environment
  • Honduras: Nationwide protests highlight pervasive official corruption, poor regulation of party financing

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