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International investors must weigh political risk

Sudden political changes and accompanying differences in policy can jeopardise investments, regardless of whether politicians are acting for political mileage or with genuine ideological intent. Investors must rely on experience to make risk assessments but can also mitigate these through various measures

A relatively predictable conclusion to election season in Asia was finished off by by a surprise change of prime minister in Papua New Guinea, which could unsettle the region’s LNG sector


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