underinvest

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underinvest

(ˌʌndərɪnˈvɛst)
vb (intr)
(Banking & Finance) to invest or lay out insufficient money with the expectation of profit
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Jennings said: "Economic infrastructure debt remains an underinvested and attractive asset class, given its low correlation to the volatility of the wider equity markets and statistically higher recovery rates.
"The Tories in Westminster and Labour in Cardiff Bay have consistently underinvested in vital elements of our transport system.
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That is, Washington's response has been hyper-militarised -- dominated by counter terrorism and security, while other soft power instruments such as public diplomacy have been underinvested in.
Each of the five investors has holdings in Alphabet and Facebook, while NZ Super Fund also has a stake in Twitter and the group will ask the companies for additional information on how they monitor and censor "objectionable and extremist content", their policies on user accounts sharing such content and whether they have underinvested in safety measures.
Most recently, he helped found and served as the president of Inclusive Prosperity Capital, a Green Bank spin-off focused on clean energy access for underinvested communities and unconventional credits where he will continue to serve as an advisor and a member of its board of directors.
In contrast, Europe has underinvested in the past decade.