Why investors must take a chance in the world’s most fragile countries

untitledFragility, conflict and violence affect more than two billion people across the globe. And while¬†poverty on the whole is declining, that’s not the case in countries affected by conflict. It is these countries plagued by near-constant political and economic instability that are often the ones most in need of private investment. Yet they are also the places few private investors are willing to go. The risks seem to outweigh the rewards.

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