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RESEARCH AND BRIEFINGS

Social Media Heightens Political Risk in Emerging Markets

 


As social media’s influence grows, businesses must consider its potential impact on their operations and factor them into their global political risk management strategies.

Instead of targeted and “just-in-time” political risk management, a broad, multi-country and multi-hazard approach to managing political risk is more practical and effective.

As the influence of social media grows — particularly in emerging economies — businesses must consider its potential impacts on their own operations and factor them into their global political risk management strategies.

Beyond insurance, a comprehensive risk management plan can help businesses prepare for the increased unrest in these more volatile environments.

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