World Risk Developments September 2016

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In the September edition of World Risk Developments we look at the following stories:

  • Emerging markets—vulnerable to renewed tensions in financial markets
  • China—free trade zones provide new stepping stones to liberalisation
  • Shipping—Hanjin bankruptcy threatens global supply chains
  • Myanmar—US to drop remaining sanctions
  • Philippines— investors watch Duterte carefully

 

 

Fred Gibson, Economist
fgibson@exportfinance.gov.au

Cassandra Winzenried, Senior Economist
cwinzenried@exportfinance.gov.au

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