A Map Of The Biggest Global Risks From The Past Two Weeks

It’s been a gut-wrenching fortnight for markets, but guess what, you still have to worry about of developing risks around the world.

Such as increasing piracy in the Gulf of Guinea; cabinet resignations in Brazil; and labour issues in Japan.

Here’s the bi-weekly global risks map from Maplecroft:



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