It would be indeed hard for Korea to make profits from investing in Kenya but whether it would help demonstrate Korea’s maturity as a developed nation carries some doubts. Considering the size of Kenya’s economy and its small scientific field the profits made from introducing Kaist to Kenya will be almost nonexistant. In fact, Korea would be bearing the financial burdens singlehandedly. If Korea stays firm in investing in Kenya, it would be better to support Kenya into building a sustainable agricultural infrastructure as Kenya depends heavily on agriculture along with tourism.
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