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INDIA – TERRORISM (5 MARCH): Afzal Guru's hanging will increase the likelihood of IED attacks in public spaces in major cities over the next six months.
MONGOLIA – CONTRACT FRUSTRATION (5 FEBRUARY): Contract frustration risks are likely to increase if local governments are given greater regulatory control of mining contracts
VIETNAM – CONTRACT FRUSTRATION (9 JANUARY): All future projects are likely to be examined to ensure there are no risks of default; risks to oil contracts in the South China Sea will remain
INDONESIA – TERRORISM (15 NOVEMBER 2012): Terrorist attacks against western targets are unlikely; however Islamist vigilante groups are gaining influence in Aceh and Java
SOUTH KOREA – WAR (1 NOVEMBER 2012): There is an increased risk of border skirmishes and collateral damage from failed missile tests by North Korea ahead of elections in the South
CHINA – REGULATORY RISK (25 OCTOBER 2012): The government is unlikely to push ahead with significant stimulus packages and economic structural reforms following the NPC