The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Signal Risk Director Ryan Cummings.
Cummings discussed five ways terrorism is affecting trade.
Decline in tourism in terrorism-affected areas
Impact on civil aviation in terms of attacks against the global aviation sector
Increasing operational costs of doing business in terrorism-affected countries due to the need for robust security
Impact on local economic activity in geographical areas where terrorism is present
- Impact of terrorism on government spending in terms of the defense sector and its implications for socio-economic development
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