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Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte's approach to foreign policy is stoking unease in the international community.    © Reuters
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Southeast Asia's risk map: A country-by-country breakdown

Markets wrestle with individual risk factors as global turmoil rises

RYUSHIRO KODAIRA, Nikkei senior staff writer | Southeast Asia

BANGKOK -- Geopolitical risk comes in many forms. While investors are keeping a wary eye on political divisions in the U.S., the trade war between Beijing and Washington, and rising populism in Europe, Southeast Asian markets are facing their own unique headwinds.

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