Indonesia Security Risk Upgraded

Jan 11th, 2006, in Business & Economy, News, by

The 2006 Political & Economic Risk Map for Indonesia.

The 2006 Political & Economic Risk Map by Aon is out as of 10 January and shows a very modest improvement for Indonesia, with the country rising from the depths of high risk to the dizzy heights of medium high political risk. This is based on a five point scale, high risk being 5, medium high being 4.

Out of nine risk factors analysed Indonesia gets a red mark for all but one, Exchange Transfer. Those problems that Indonesia is at risk of are:

  • Economic
  • Strikes, Riots
  • War
  • Terrorism
  • Sovereign Non-Payment
  • Legal and Regulatory
  • Political Interference
  • Supply Chain Vulnerability

War and Sovereign Non-Payment seem a bit harsh but the others ring all too true. The globe-trotting businessman, the western kind, may be a little too timid and worry-prone. Asian businessmen are generally much less shy of doing business here on a large and committed scale.

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