Ethiopia’s venture in jointly developing the Port of Berbera with DP World and Somaliland has raised eyebrows from its neighbors in the east and the south. Continue reading Ethiopia: Between Stone And A Hard Place
DP World chair says company to continue investing in Africa despite disputes Continue reading DP World Stresses Commitment To Somaliland
DP World deal to develop Berbera Port to go ahead as planned Continue reading Somaliland Rejects Somalia Stance
By Alexander Cornwell
ABU DHABI, March 15, 2018 – The United Arab Emirates (UAE) will train Somaliland security forces as part of a deal to establish a military base in the semi-autonomous region, Somaliland’s president said on Thursday. Continue reading “INTERVIEW – “UAE To Train Somaliland Forces Under Military Base Deal” – Somaliland President”
With political instability in Ethiopia, will there be enough trade to keep Somaliland and Djibouti’s ports busy? Continue reading “Port Deal Underscores Djibouti’s Reliance On Ethiopia”
Somaliland President Muse Bihi Abdi has described Somalia’s rejection of a port deal the former signed with Ethiopia and DP World, as a ‘declaration of war’. Continue reading “Somaliland President Says Somalia Has Declared War Over Berbera Port”
The Kenyan Foreign Affairs Ministry has allowed miraa dealers to lead trade talks between their Somaliland counterparts and the Meru County government. Continue reading “Meru Miraa Farmers To Hold Talks With Somaliland On Taxes”
12 square kilometer economic zone in Somaliland will aim to attract logistics, manufacturing firms Continue reading “DP World Finalizes Deal For Berbera Port Free Zone”
DP World and the Republic of Somaliland agreed to grant Ethiopia a 19 percent stake on Thursday Continue reading “Somaliland Defends Stake Sale Of DP World Berbera Port To Ethiopia”
Ethiopia will become a shareholder of the Port of Berbera following the signing of an agreement with DP World and the Somaliland Port Authority in Dubai today. Continue reading “Official: Ethiopia Acquires 19% Stake In DP World Berbera Port”
Dubai’s state-owned DP World said on Thursday it had sold a 19 percent stake in Somaliland’s Port of Berbera to the government of Ethiopia. Continue reading “DP World Sells Stake In Somaliland Port To Ethiopia”
As per the agreement, Ethiopia will make the necessary infrastructure investment to develop the Berbera Trade Corridor Continue reading “DP World Signs Agreement With Somaliland And Ethiopia”
The Dubai company is currently implementing a master plan at the port to add new facilities Continue reading “Ethiopia Acquires 19% Stake In DP World’s Somaliland Port”
Minister: country is ripe for investment as new government aims to rebuild infrastructure destroyed during years of war Continue reading “Somaliland Minister Seeks Energy Investment From UAE”
Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, January 17, 2018 – Ethiopia and Somaliland have agreed to jointly develop additional ports to strengthen economic integration. Continue reading “Somaliland, Ethiopia To Jointly Develop More Ports”
DUBAI, UAE, January 8, 2018 – Global trade enabler DP World’s operations in 2017 included over $1 billion in capital expenditure on the back of growing trade opportunities, diversification of business across supply chain and exploring smart innovation technologies. Continue reading “DP World Capital Expenditure Tops $1bn In 2017”
Norwegian-speaking Ibrahim Mohammed Hassan, 66, may become oil minister in Somaliland, according to Nettavisen newspaper. Continue reading “Norwegian May Become Oil Minister In Somaliland”
- Ethiopia supplies most of the miraa consumed in Hargeisa, Somaliland and Djibouti.
- Nyamita spokesman Kimathi Munjuri said they are now delivering 12 tons of miraa to Hargeisa since last week.
- Somaliland broke away from the Federal Republic of Somalia in 1991.
Somaliland, a self-declared republic in East Africa, faces high illiteracy and has an economy ravaged by a civil war. But it might just become the first cashless society on Earth. Continue reading “Somaliland: The Surprising Place Where Cash Is Going Extinct”