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From Longman Business Dictionary
Related topics: Finance, Economics
under-investmentˌunder-inˈvestment (also underinvestment) noun [uncountable] FINANCEECONOMICSthe act of investing less money in something than is neededWe’ve heard complaints of under-investment in railways, and over-reliance on road building.under-invest verb [intransitive]Some small firms under-invest in long-term projects which take many years before they yield a positive return. compare over-investment
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