A tale of two countries: opposition in Singapore and Malaysia
A tale of two countries
Join Control Risks' Partner, Dane Chamorro, for discussion with Harrison Cheng, Associate Director in our Southeast Asia political analysis team, about the impact of political opposition in Singapore and Malaysia. In the recent general election in Singapore, the opposition Workers' Party took a record number of seats, and Singapore's northern neighbour, Malaysia, has had a series of electoral upsets over the last couple of years that have resulted in a fairly unstable ruling coalition. As a likely beneficiary of global supply chain restructuring, how wary should investors be of potential changes in this operating environment?