World Risk Developments July 2017

In this month's edition of World Risk Developments we look at the following stories:

  • China—Rising onshore defaults confirm financial risks
  • South Korea—New energy policy good for Australian LNG but not coal  
  • Indonesia—15th stimulus package could drive Australian exports higher
  • Japan—FTA with EU could hurt Australian wine exporters 
  • World—Productivity slowdown weighs on export opportunities
  • Russia—Extended food import ban limits export potential
  • Brazil—Interminable political crisis could see further downgrades
  • Saudi Arabia—Economic reform a step closer under new Crown Prince


Cassandra Winzenried, Chief Economist

Fred Gibson, Economist


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