World Risk Developments July 2018

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World Risk Developments July 2018

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

  • Australia—SME exporters could face higher borrowing costs
  • China—financial stability will deter competitive devaluations
  • World—tariff drama adds to weakening trade and investment
  • UK—Brexit uncertainty is suffocating growth
  • Indonesia—rate hikes to save rupiah compound growth headwinds 
  • Cambodia—elections risk sanctions that could cripple economy
  • Italy—populist coalition to test relations with the European Commission

Cassandra Winzenried, Chief Economist

Fred Gibson, Senior Economist


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