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Djibouti , Sunday 18 February 2018

News Djibouti » Trade: Djibouti's Booming Nightlife Scene — Fueled by Foreign Militaries

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Publication date: Sunday 11 February 2018

a second airport and a brand-new rail link — components of a free-trade zone, backed by investment from China and the Middle East — all in the past decade. Tourism is very important to us here. Osman Abdi Mohamed, director-general of Djibouti’s ...

News Djibouti » Trade: Trans-African railway line hopes to boost regional trade

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Publication date: Saturday 03 February 2018

There are ambitious plans for a railway line to connect East and West Africa. The route will run through 10 different countries and it is hoped it will boost trade on the continent. The Trans-African railway line could take decades to complete. Al Jazeera ...

News Djibouti » Trade: Africa opts for transport projects to grow trade

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Publication date: uesday 06 February 2018

But COMESA trade ministers meeting in Uganda last year noted that high ... Chinese firms built the standard gauge railway in Kenya and the Ethiopia-Djibouti railway and is set to develop Uganda's railway, according to the report. The report reveals that ...

News Djibouti » Trade: China and Ethiopia, Part 1: The Light Railway System

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Publication date: uesday 13 February 2018

and the Addis–Djibouti railway, connecting the landlocked country to the maritime trade routes of the Gulf of Aden and the Red Sea. In this two-part analysis, we evaluate these Chinese investments after visiting these projects in January 2018.

News Djibouti » Trade: Communiqué of the 60th Extra-ordinary Session of IGAD Council of Ministers on the Situation in South Sudan

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Publication date: onday 05 February 2018

The session was attended by H.E. Mahamoud Ali Youssouf, Minister for Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Djibouti; H.E. Amina Mohamed Cabinet Secretary for Foreign Affairs and International Trade of the Republic Kenya; H.E Ambassador Ahmed Isse Awad ...

News Djibouti » Trade: Djibouti—Harnessing Trade and Technology for Inclusive Growth

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Publication date: Sunday 17 December 2017

Governor Ali, Minister Dalawaleh, Excellencies, Ladies and Gentlemen: Good morning—As Salam Alaykom. I would like to thank the government of Djibouti for inviting me to this high-level dialogue on the importance of trade and technology. These forces are ...

News Djibouti » Trade: The crisis in the Maldives, explained

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Publication date: Sunday 11 February 2018

In December, China and Maldives signed a free-trade agreement despite the opposition’s disapproval ... following its first overseas base in Djibouti. Not surprisingly, China is opposed to Indian intervention. Aside from China, the international community ...

News Djibouti » Trade: Djibouti president to arrive in Turkey on Dec. 19

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Publication date: onday 12 February 2018

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News Djibouti » Trade: Book review (nonfiction): Dave Eggers’ inspiring coffee saga ‘Monk of Mokha’ good to the last drop

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Publication date: Saturday 17 February 2018

In the story’s climactic pages, Mokhtar has to find his way out of war-ravaged Yemen with precious coffee samples destined for a trade show that could make ... including crossing the strait between Yemen and Djibouti in a tiny flat-hulled boat.

News Djibouti » Trade: PM scores key wins in Oman, UAE

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Publication date: Friday 16 February 2018

Recently, China opened a military and naval base in Djibouti as well. With China's presence in the ... Oman has strong ties with Beijing. Sino-Omani trade touched $23 billion in 2013 while India's trade with Oman is worth just $4 billion.