- Romania: Efforts to modernise agriculture sector unlikely to significantly alter risk environment for foreign investors
- Greece: Mail bomb injury to former prime minister underlines persistent anarchist threat
- Kenya: Petition to prevent election candidates from standing likely to fuel localised unrest
- Gambia: Freezing of former president’s assets signals government’s intent to recover misappropriated funds
- Iran: Lifting of non-nuclear sanctions unlikely, notwithstanding president’s statements
- South Sudan: National dialogue, government’s unilateral ceasefire unlikely to improve security environment
- Russia: Disruption of plot to attack transportation in capital underlines security force capabilities
- Kosovo: New coalitions, early elections unlikely to lead to increased political instability, inter-ethnic violence
- Yemen: Southern representatives’ political demands increase threat of partition, civil war
- Tanzania: Dismissals in mining sector highlight president’s nationalism, corruption focus
- Mozambique: Opposition leader's criticism of government’s slow troop withdrawal unlikely to threaten ceasefire
- Kazakhstan: Restrictions on presidential candidates to reinforce political status quo; not indicative of imminent succession announcement
- India: Scenarios: Government likely to play safe on reforms
- Worldwide Terrorist Threats: High rate of failure, likelihood of detection mean that sophisticated Islamist terrorist attacks will remain rare
- Indonesia: Police warning against vigilantism reflects elevated operational, security risks during Ramadan
- Mid East & N Africa: Militant threats in countries experiencing instability likely to increase during Ramadan
- Philippines: Scrapping of airport tender reflects persistent regulatory risk facing major infrastructure projects
- Bangladesh: Removal of statue from court premises highlights growing religious conservatism, protests likely
- Philippines: Communist rebels’ condemnation of Mindanao martial law unlikely to bring significant rise in attacks
- Asia & the Pacific: Former Malaysian prime minister’s comments on automotive deal unlikely to derail Malaysia-China ties
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Leading the Charge: China’s 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,...
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......
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)...
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......
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......
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......
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......
'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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