China crackdown puts spotlight on political risk in Asia

While most countries across Asia pose some degree of political risk, Taiwan is perhaps one of the more complex jurisdictions due to its relations with neighbouring China.Domestic politics, public opinion and cross-straits relations may all play a part as the island debates moves to allow a casino industry on its outlying islands. Bill Bryson, a senior advisor at Global Market Advisors, outlines some of the risks and mitigating factors.a)  Possible change of ruling party: Taiwan is a full-fledged democracy, in which all elected government positions, including the President, are directly elected by the people of Taiwan . . . This content is restricted to subscribers

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