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Why are foreign investors hesitant to invest in many countries in East Africa?

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    It's believed that money invested in East Africa goes mostly to corrupt governments and business people. It does not help the ordinary people or the businesses.

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    In addition, these investors will not make money on their investments -- but will probably take a loss.

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    Thanks alot!!!!

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    You're welcome.

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