Political risk has moved sharply into focus in recent months with the UK voting to leave the European Union. Further referendums are planned in Italy and Hungary, while the US faces an unedifying contest between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton.
Given this, many investors are now reconsidering issues of political risk and whether the traditional view of emerging markets (EMs) posing higher political risks still holds true. While a higher level...
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