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As the discussion continued, a clearer picture emerged of the obstacles facing Japanese investment in Africa. Key among them was the current state of infrastructure and the need for improving social security. Participants also expressed their expectations for TICAD VI and the role of TICAD in overcoming such issues.

Moderator: Now that we have extensively discussed the kind of involvement African countries expect from Japan and its businesses, perhaps we can touch on your outlook for TICAD VI, as well as on some of the barriers facing Japanese investors.

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