Political instability is a major factor that affects foreign investment in emerging markets. This paper examines the impact of political instability on foreign investment in emerging markets, with a particular focus on the case study of three emerging economies: Brazil, India, and Nigeria. The study analyses the political and economic factors that have contributed to political instability in these countries and explores how this instability has affected foreign investment. The paper concludes that political instability has a significant negative impact on foreign investment, and recommends policies to mitigate the effects of political instability on foreign investment in emerging markets.
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