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    in for the long haul

    Hi once again,
    can you help me? The explanation of this headline: " In for the long haul"
    It is about companies which are investing in africa, despite of the difficulties there. How can I explain this headline with my own words, thanks


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    Re: in for the long haul

    Quote Originally Posted by me78 View Post
    Hi once again,
    can you help me? The explanation of this headline: " In for the long haul"
    It is about companies which are investing in africa, despite of the difficulties there. How can I explain this headline with my own words, thanks
    It means 'to be willing to continue doing a task until it is finished'


    So, you can say, The companies are going to face a lot of troubles while carrying on their activities in Africa.

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    Re: in for the long haul

    thanks

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