Short-Term Political Risks On The Rise

May 2009
Asia Monitor: South East Asia Monitor Volume 1;May2009, Vol. 20 Issue 5, p6
Country Report
The article presents the revised short-term political risk rating from 67.3 to 63.5, which reflect the increasing risk of unemployment and social unrest in the country. It cites the country's respectable score of 83.3 in the security and external threat category, despite the ongoing border dispute between the country and Thailand. Moreover, it forecasts the re-election of Prime Minister Hun Sen will help maintain the direction of policy and provides policy continuity.


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