A while back we published an article that showed that the inflow of foreign directs investments in Sub Saharan Africa was not affected by the uality of government, political (in)stability, corruption, violence and assorted troubles.

That paper explained those findings by saying that investors may have to invest in problematic countries if that’s where they need to invest and that, sometimes, working under difficult conditions allows foreign investors to land better deals.

This is precisely what this article/post seems to be arguing:

https://oilprice.com/Energy/Energy-General/Libya-Italy-France-EU-Where-It-All-Comes-Together.html