Renationalization can be a risk investors see when investing in a foreign industry of a developing country. Developing countries might begin to privatize industries and assets previously under national control and allow foreign investment for the first time. Should the privatization not work, or should political instability prevail, renationalization could occur. In such a case, the largest risk would be that no compensation is given to the previous owners (i.e., shareholders)
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