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Analysts have downgraded countries in the direct fire of trade frictions, along with key emerging markets, such as South Africa and Turkey, with unresolved debt and domestic policymaking problems.
Euromoney's annual trade finance survey provides quantitative and qualitative analysis of the market and the banks that finance global trade.
The trade war is alarming companies across the region but these Asian corporates, favoured by investors and analysts, continue to excel
Contributors to Euromoney’s country risk survey are even more negative on the sovereign’s outlook, just as Erdogan’s comments on Syria have weakened the lira.
The Latin American country has proved to be a solid improver in Euromoney’s global risk rankings – although it’s not without its immediate challenges.
The country’s risk scores have lagged its central European neighbours since the financial crisis.
A strong fiscal position means the Netherlands can follow the Keynesian rulebook without upsetting the markets, despite concern the economy is heading the same way as Germany’s.