In the media | 02 Aug 2023

CNBC: Geopolitical risks are a top global threat to businesses, survey finds

Oxford Economics’ latest Global Risk Survey, “Businesses now see geopolitical tensions as key global threat”, by Jamie Thompson, Head of Maro Scenarios, was covered in a recent analysis from Sumathi Bala at CNBC.

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