• Argentina: Currency risks to persist despite easing of import restrictions
  • Slovakia: New law to increase transparency, administrative burden in public procurement; integrity risk unchanged
  • Angola: Comments underscore president’s continued centrality to political stability
  • International Business Issues: Iranian nuclear deal remains likely despite delays, continued disagreements
  • Malaysia: Embezzlement allegations significantly raise likelihood of prime minister leaving office
  • Spain: Arrests of Georgian mafia members underline transnational character of crime
  • Asia & the Pacific: Japan’s military drills, opposition to China’s East China Sea projects highlight potential tensions
  • Kenya: Islamist militant attack in Mandera county underlines continued focus on Somali border areas
  • Afghanistan: Suicide attack against foreign convoy in Kabul underscores deteriorating countrywide security environment
  • Romania: Anti-corruption efforts likely to intensify, make gradual improvements as number of prosecutors increases
  • Lebanon: Tensions surrounding security appointments result in heightened threat of protests in coming days
  • China: Stricter environmental enforcement to see increased penalties, emission controls
  • Côte d'Ivoire: Reforms, investments likely to sustain power sector’s effectiveness in coming years
  • Algeria: Ethno-sectarian violence in Ghardaia underscores operational, incidental security risks from social unrest
  • Vietnam: New laws ease barriers to foreign investment but could limit access to arbitration
  • Argentina: Local election results highlight strength of opposition movement
  • Chile: Report highlights persistent threat of labour activism
  • El Salvador: Considerable upsurge in murders highlights significant deterioration in security environment


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