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Emmanuel

Sho' nuff. Investors seek where there's a semblance of order. Otherwise, capital flight occurs. Not only do foreign investors avoid uncertainty like a plague, but those locals who can also transfer their money out do so, especially in Africa.

Governance is the hardest nut to crack, and I don't think moral suasion will do the trick. I think that when an incentive structure that rewards good governance with foreign investment exists, things will begin to fall in order. Describing the problem is straightforward enough; fixing it is another matter altogether.

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