Political Risk Index (September 2021)

Below is our most recent Political Risk Index (PRI) Table with countries ranked from low to high risk. The PRI is the overall measure of risk for a given country, calculated by using all 17 risk components from the PRS Methodology including turmoil, financial transfer, direct investment, and export Read Entire Entry

Sri Lanka – Debt Risk Rising as Reserves Dwindle

The SLPFA, a 17-party coalition dominated by the SLPP, controls 145 seats in the 225-member Parliament, and with the support of four smaller parties can muster the two-thirds majority required to revise the constitution without the cooperation of the main opposition SJB. Despite those strengths, Read Entire Entry

Coming Soon in Our January 2022 Political Risk Reports

PRS’ coverage of the Americas this month includes fully revised reports on Brazil, Mexico, Venezuela, and Chile, where the administration set to take office in March had pledged to abandon the liberal economic model that has prevailed since the restoration of democratic governance more than three Read Entire Entry

INVESTIR – December 2021 Edition

The December 2021 edition of INVESTIR: Insights from the International Country Risk Guide is now available. Brazil buys gold amidst rising inflation; Iceland’s parliament temporarily disrupted by COVID-19; Scholz’s approval rating eases, as Moldova receives $596mn from the IMF. Strategic Read Entire Entry