Our Take: Even Safe Havens Harbor Risks

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Geopolitical risks are rising globally and spreading even to countries once thought to have rock-solid business environments. We have previously flagged that energy firms are becoming more sensitive to political risks and under growing pressure to exit unstable or otherwise problematic jurisdictions. The UK offers a stark example of how one of the most stable countries to invest in can quickly become a much more uncertain landscape.

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