Political risks rising across Southeast Asia9 March 2017
Political risk for foreign investors is set to increase across Southeast Asia this year, particularly in Indonesia.
A rising sense of economic nationalism is the main risk for investors in the country – the region’s biggest hydrocarbons producer – Adam Schwarz of strategic and investment advisory firm Asia Group Advisors told Interfax Natural Gas Daily.
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