In this IIL property webinar, IHS Markit’s country risk experts explore the major issues in South Africa, Tunisia and Colombia, considering socio – economic and political crisis.
The outlook for civil unrest in the three anticipated hotspots above, with a high probability of major business disruption and property damage will be discussed in this session.
- Prospects for further looting and vandalism by protesters in South Africa when the military deployment is withdrawn ahead of the upcoming municipal elections
- Growing civil unrest in Tunisia is driven by the ongoing parliamentary crisis and likely impact on phosphate production and ground cargo at border crossings
- The commercial impact of civil unrest in Colombia, on an upward trend since late 2019, and is likely to escalate further ahead of the 2022 elections
- Columb Strack, Head of Global Cargo Risk, IHS Markit, Country Risk
- Langelihle Malimela, Principal Research Analyst, Sub-Saharan Africa, IHS Markit, Country Risk
- Ludovico Carlino, Principal Research Analyst, Middle East & North Africa, IHS Markit, Country Risk
- Carlos Caicedo, Senior Principal Research Analyst, Latin America, IHS Markit, Country Risk