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  • Peru: Measures to combat urban insecurity unlikely to reduce common, violent crime
  • Guatemala: Latest Constitutional Court ruling presages likely indictment of president, increasing political instability
  • Ghana: Currency, sovereign risks to persist despite likely disbursement of second IMF bailout tranche in August
  • Nigeria: Scenarios: Reforms delayed as new president struggles to exert control
  • Turkey: Election of parliamentary speaker indicative of parties’ positions in coalition formation
  • Denmark: Dispute with low-cost airline underscores operational, reputational risks from salience of labour rights
  • Asia & the Pacific: China’s rejection of multilateral solution shows scope for escalating tensions in South China Sea
  • France: Indictment of highest government official underlines persistence of corruption in Corsica
  • Kyrgyzstan: Protests underscore persistent local opposition to mining, complexities of operating environment
  • Côte d'Ivoire: Reinforcement of northern border security underlines growing concern over Islamist militancy spillover
  • Kenya: Clashes highlight continued threat of inter-communal violence in Mandera county despite military deployment
  • Greece: Political instability to further increase after referendum; yes campaign gains momentum in last days
  • Indonesia: Changes to pension scheme likely to provide additional triggers for industrial disputes
  • Kuwait: Campaign of arrests following bomb attack unlikely to reflect major increase in militant threat
  • Syria: Advance on Aleppo underlines increased coherence of non-IS Islamist rebels, government's weakened position
  • Morocco: Dismantling of militant cell points to impact of Iraq, Syria conflicts; not indicative of heightened terrorism risk
  • Malaysia: Latest allegations on sovereign investment company likely to hasten prime minister’s removal
  • Brazil: Corruption investigation to maintain focused on oil, gas, infrastructure
  • Paraguay: Inauguration of opposition speaker in Congress to pose governability challenges to president
  • Mexico: Illegal pipeline tapping operations to continue producing fuel shortages in north, west of country

Control Risks In The News

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  • All Sides Are Protecting Their Own Interests: Lea

    Wednesday, June 24, 2015 - All Sides Are Protecting Their Own Interests: Lea Control Risks Senior Analyst for Europe David Lea discusses the possibility of France leaving......

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  • Why the Arrest of Rwanda’s Intelligence Chief in the U.K. Is Causing Waves

    Tuesday, June 23, 2015 - ...outrageous and inaccurate. Christoph Wille, Africa analyst at the consultancy firm Control Risks, says that Rwanda and the U.K. have had good......

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  • Rusia prorroga el veto a la entrada de alimentos de la Unión Europea

    Monday, June 22, 2015 - constató para EL PERIÓDICO Anna Walker, directora para Europa de Control Risks, consultoría que asesora a inversores sobre riesgos en mercados......

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  • Costará 'escudo' a petroleras

    Saturday, June 13, 2015 - ...Dyer, analista senior de riesgos globales de la empresa Control Risks. También deben afiliarse a cámaras industriales o generar asociaciones......

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  • Buhari Wants Nigeria to Head Anti-Boko Haram Force

    Thursday, June 11, 2015 - ...new government in power, Thomas Hansen, a senior analyst with Control Risks consultancy, says President Buhari wants to turn over a new leaf......

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