Taiwan: Policy continuity and strained relations with Beijing to be expected under the re-elected president
On 11 January 2020, incumbent President Tsai Ing-wen was comfortably re-elected after a landslide victory at the presidential elections with ...
Nigeria: MLT political risk rating upgraded from 6/7 to 5/7
Interventionist economic policies are likely to continue
09 Jan 2020
Algeria: The newly elected President is unlikely to bring significant change
Mass protests driven by profound socio-economic issues.
Malaysia: MLT political risk rating upgraded to 2/7 thanks to improved political and financial situation
Political stability strengthened since the electoral shock of 2018
Brazil and Argentina: US trade tariffs on the doorstep
Steel and aluminium tariffs back on the table
Oman: A stable political situation but a worrying build-up of debt
Stable political situation
Oman – an absolute monarchy – is currently ruled by Sultan Qaboos bin Said al Said. The sultan rules largely by royal ...
Bahamas: Downgrade of medium- to long-term political risk classification from 3/7 to 4/7
Monster hurricane Dorian leaves its traces on the economy
Uruguay: End of 15-year leftist rule after razor-thin victory for right-wing conservatives
Last week, it was announced that Luis Lacalle Pou narrowly won the presidential election on 24 November. In fact, he won with a razor-thin ...
Short-term political risk: Bolivia, Costa Rica, Djibouti, Maldives, Mongolia, North Macedonia, Oman
In the framework of its regular review of short-term (ST) political risk classifications, Credendo has upgraded three countries (Djibouti, Fiji, ...