Cost-of-living crisis driving rise in civil unrest risk, finds Verisk Maplecroft index

Middle-income emerging markets are most at risk of spikes in civil unrest, driven by the cost-of-living crisis, during the next six months, according to new research from Verisk Maplecroft. Verisk names ten countries – Argentina, Brazil, Egypt, Tunisia, Lebanon, Senegal, Kenya, Pakistan, Bangladesh ...


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