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  • Brazil: Changes in labour law enforcement to fuel reputational risks across supply chain
  • Brazil: Ruling coalition likely to block corruption charges against president
  • Bolivia: Contracts to export fertilisers likely to signal increased regulatory risks
  • Moldova: Suspension of president unlikely to cause prolonged political instability
  • Oman: Structural economic issues, social demands to challenge post-succession government
  • Nigeria: Kidnap of four British nationals in Delta state likely to be criminally motivated
  • Egypt: Ambush on counterterrorism operation underscores HIGH security risk in Western Desert, procedural issues within security services
  • Afghanistan: Attacks by Taliban, Islamic State underscore HIGH terrorism risk nationwide
  • Sierra Leone: Selection of surprise ruling party candidate likely to lead to tighter presidential election in March 2018
  • Chile: Former president likely to win general election, no major changes to business environment
  • Asia & the Pacific: Risk of direct conflict remains low despite intensifying heated exchanges between US, North Korea

Control Risks In The News

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  • Leading the Charge: China‚Äôs Electric Vehicle Market

    Monday, May 01, 2017 - ...Julia Coym, a senior China analyst at global consulting firm Control Risks and Chinese auto sector expert. "Rather than another uncompetitive,...

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  • Jakarta's Elections: The Good, The Bad and The Ugly

    Thursday, April 13, 2017 - ...losers. Dane Chamorro is a Senior Partner based in Singapore at Control Risks, the international risk consultancy. He is a former China specialist......

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  • North Korea could conduct its sixth nuclear test as early as Saturday

    Thursday, April 13, 2017 - ...nuclear test, on or around April 15," Shawlin Chaw, senior analyst at Control Risks, told CNBC. "The DPRK (Democratic People's Republic of Korea)...

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  • Arab Populists Also Blame Foreigners as Gulf Austerity Sets In

    Wednesday, April 12, 2017 - ...transition, said Graham Griffiths, an analyst at global risk consultancy Control Risks in Dubai. The issue for them is managing the economic......

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  • Korea Inc's China troubles rattle local workers, suppliers

    Tuesday, April 11, 2017 - ...Andrew Gilholm, director of analysis for China and North Asia at risk consultancy Control Risks. He said the stand-off could go on at least until......

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  • The real recipient of Syria strikes: China

    Monday, April 10, 2017 - ...no coincidence, Dane Chamorro, senior partner and head of ASEAN at Control Risks, told CNBC on Monday. Trump said the missiles were in retaliation......

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  • As cities get smarter, hackers become more dangerous: This could stop them

    Monday, April 10, 2017 - ...an analysis by Nicolas Reys, a consultant for cybersecurity services at Control Risks. He noted that attacks "could be designed to encrypt and......

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  • 'The era of strategic patience with North Korea is over'

    Monday, April 10, 2017 - ...China about keeping North Korea in check, says Dane Chamorro from Control Risks. The Trump-ordered airstrikes on Syria sends a clear message......

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