MALAYSIA COUNTRY RISK REPORT INDEX
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· March 2018 Risks are spiking in the short term due to election maneuvering.
· February 2018 Demographic shifts could stimulate more conservative Muslim views.
· January 2018 Risk of a disruptive political transition is not very large.
· December 2017 Ethnic fault-lines widen as general elections approach.
· November 2017 Dealing with the increasing threat of terrorism.
· October 2017 Government counters rising cost of living with Budget giveaways.
· September 2017 US and China governments both help burnish PM Najib’s image.
· August 2017 Coming Budget will lay the ground for elections.
· July 2017 Reasons why elections might not be called until next year.
· June 2017 Despite systemic shortcomings, Malaysia benefits from predictability.
· May 2017 Infrastructure projects that will be signposts for governance standards.
· April 2017 Benchmarking Malaysian risks against other developing ASEAN countries.
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