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Investors in healthcare must look longer term

Investors wary of development projects that carry the risk of financial loss in the first five years can learn from strategies employed by development finance institutions, panel speakers at the Fourth African Healthcare Summit in London said on 14 February 2017.

Speakers from the International Finance Corporation (IFC) and GE Healthcare Africa joined current and former African health ministers at the summit to address barriers to bringing private capital into development from investors seeking high yield, yet who typically avoid investment of long-term capital.

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