World Risk Developments September 2019


In this month's edition of World Risk Developments, we review the following economic and political forces shaping the world:

  • Argentina – Capital and exchange controls imposed
  • Indonesia – Capital to move from Jakarta to East Kalimantan
  • Japan/South Korea – Trade dispute could have broad knock-on effects
  • Australia – First current account surplus in 44 years
  • India – Productivity drive stresses trade and investment
  • Philippines – Economic reforms aim to attract foreign professionals
  • Hong Kong – Protests disrupt economy

John Pacey, Chief Credit Officer

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