This week, countries across the globe continue their fight against COVID-19. Austria will be one of the first countries to experience the impact of a gradual reopening of its economy while two cities in Sudan will enter a lockdown period. In addition, due to the end of the Khmer New Year Holiday in Cambodia, domestic...
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This week, countries attempt to cope with different effects of the crisis caused by Covid-19. While Israel. OPEC+ and Iran each seek to deal with different economic problems, Turkey is fighting a possible spread of the virus inside its prisons. Moreover, North Korea’s parliament will meet for the first time since August and EU Foreign...
This week, Lebanon will default on Eurobonds; Japan ramps up efforts to contain the coronavirus; the Dutch royals visit Indonesia and Russia and Turkey will perform joint patrols in Idlib, Syria.
This week, elections in Israel and the US will dominate headlines, while constitutional change in Russia will be discussed. OPEC leaders will gather in Vienna and demonstrations are anticipated on Sunday over International Women’s Day.
This week, there are a number of demonstrations like in the Dominican Republic, Mali and Venezuela while US President Trump visits India and the situation in Syria remains a key concern for both Russia and Turkey.
This week, US Secretary of State Pompeo is touring the African continent; the EU debating its finances; and elections will be held in Iran and Togo.
This week, Pacific relations are discussed between Australia and Indonesia; after recent protests Lebanon’s parliament will hold a vote over the budget; South Africa President Ramaphosa will try to unite the country; and Germany will host the Munich Security Conference.
Amidst a growth of nCoV impact to international operating businesses, this week, we’re also watching unrest in Venezuela where rival political demonstrations are planned; Pakistan, which holds the first Kashmir Solidarity Day since the last crisis of August 2019. Additionally, Iran commemorates the Islamic Revolution amid high social tensions due to the downing of flight...
This week won’t be dull. China and other countries will try to contain the coronavirus; President Trump will present his “Deal of the Century” peace plan to Israel; and Brexit will formally take place. These events have significant effects on businesses, including travel and trade disruptions which increase risks and alter the business environment.
In week 4, the World Economic Forum will take place; German Chancellor Merkel will visit Turkey amid tensions in Libya; elections are held in Peru, and China will see mass migration in order to celebrate the new year, the year of the Rat.