This edition of Connecting the Dots zooms in on the effects of the re-election of Erdogan in Turkiye, focusing on the economic prospects of the country. The appointment of Mehmet Simsek as Minister of Treasury and Finance promises a turn-around of the unorthodox economic policies implemented by Erdogan in his previous term. New policies introduced to tackle the high inflation will affect the Turkish business environment. In this post, we aim to examine what these effects are and how they might impact your business.
Category: Connecting the Dots
This connecting the dots episode aims to briefly highlight the increasing number of security incidents that Western EU nations’ infrastructure is experiencing. Admittedly, incidents of varying magnitudes occur throughout wider Europe and, indeed, the world. However, this analysis will focus on significant incidents experienced in Western EU nations since April 2022, given the considerable number of incidents recorded in the region and the extraordinary attacks on the Nord Stream pipeline in September 2022, which commanded extra attention to be paid to critical energy infrastructure by stakeholders.
This Connecting the Dots post shines a light on recent political developments in Latin America. How could the rise of left-wing politics influence the South American business environment?
This Connecting the Dots post will explore events that convey the growing polarisation and militarisation taking place throughout the South China Sea region and outline the potential ramifications of such events on business continuity.
This Connecting the Dots post will explore how black swan events, such as the Russo-Ukrainian war, create security risks in countries in the global south.
This Connecting the Dots post will explore how deglobalising trends threaten the business continuity of western companies.