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Crisis on the Korean peninsula: What every company should be asking itself
Test detonating of nuclear weapons and test firing of ballistic missiles are nothing new when it comes to North Korea. What is new is their frequency and the United States’ increasingly aggressive rhetoric in response to them.
Kenya: Presidential election likely to go ahead
The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) on 4 September announced that a new presidential poll will be held on 17 October following the annulment of the results of the 8 August poll by the Supreme Court.
Tropical Storm Harvey and business resumption planning
The human, economic and environmental impact of Hurricane/Tropical Storm Harvey is immense. When the waters eventually recede, businesses in the region will seek to reopen and return to normality.
A year ago Mozambique was floundering. April 2016 brought the bombshell revelation that state-owned companies had racked up close to USD 1.5bn in illegally-obtained debt.
Myanmar: Facing Up To Bureaucratic Bribery
Aung San Suu Kyi’s civilian-led government has emphasized the need to combat corruption, both for the sake of ordinary citizens, and with a view to attracting the right kind of foreign investment.
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