Are Djibouti Ports Sufficient for Serving Ethiopia?

Hassan Abdillahi Waberi, a representative of the Djibouti Ports and Free Zones Authority, says the country has renovated the old port and built six specialized, state-of-the-art container, petroleum, cargo and bulk ports, and has been hugely investing to expand and modernize its port facilities and infrastructure with a view to serve the growing Ethiopian economy.

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The Ports of Djibouti serve as a key refueling and transshipment center and is the principal maritime outlet for imports to and exports from neighboring Ethiopia (file photo).

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