Ugandans Turn to Dar es Salaam Port As Kenya Polls Close in
With about six weeks left before Kenyans go to the polls, the private sector in neighbouring states is now beginning to look at the Dar es Salaam port as an alternative route to import and export goods. The 2007/8 post-election violence saw Ugandan property worth about $40 million destroyed.
Monitor, 23 June 2017
With about six weeks left for Kenyans to go to the polls, the private sector in neighbouring states are now beginning to look at the Dar es Salaam port as an alternative route to… Read more »
President John Magufuli of Tanzania (front 2nd left) inspects the Dar es Salaam Port early this year. The improvements at the port are expected to quicken delivery of services.
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