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Our unique combination of services, geographical reach and the trust our clients place in us ensure we can help them to effectively solve their problems and realise new opportunities across the world.

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  • Mexico: Shootings reflect increasing threat posed by organised crime in San Luis Potosí
  • Argentina: Regulatory risks likely to decrease despite delay in approval of capital markets reform
  • Venezuela: Crackdown on price violations highlights government’s renewed hostility towards businesses
  • Honduras: Training, induction of new officers highlights government’s commitment to police reform
  • Costa Rica: Court ruling highlights persistent concerns over ruling party’s corruption record
  • South Korea: Impeachment of president likely to lead to fresh elections in early 2017
  • Pakistan: Government to face challenges in implementing landmark investment agreement with China
  • Syria: Government advance in Aleppo does not point to reduction in war risk
  • Iran: Vote by US Congress to extend Iran Sanctions Act unlikely to increase sanctions risk in coming months
  • Nigeria: Growing tensions underline high threat of violence around 10 December gubernatorial poll in Rivers state
  • Libya: Statement by forces aligned with eastern authorities highlights threat to foreign operations in contested areas
  • Pakistan: Militant attack, counterterrorism operations underline EXTREME security risk in Balochistan
  • Egypt: Explosion underscores persistent militant threat in Greater Cairo; further sporadic attacks likely around capital
  • Europe & CIS: Court case, EU directive underline authorities’ focus on countering preparation for, facilitation of terrorism
  • Russia: Sale of stake in oil giant indicates continued demand for Russian hydrocarbon assets
  • Iran: Impeachment motions do not signal deterioration in parliament’s relations with president
  • Kyrgyzstan: Controversial referendum to empower prime minister likely to pass; significant unrest unlikely
  • Kenya: Proposed amendments to petroleum bill do not indicate increase in regulatory uncertainty
  • Direct Action: US pipeline decision highlights political risk to energy companies from direct action campaigns; protests to continue
  • Papua New Guinea: Persisting corruption risks highlighted by closure of national anti-corruption agency

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