Djibouti: Significant interest following DP World exit

Djibouti' s controversial decision to terminate a long-term contract with DP World does not deter interest from other operators, says the African country's government.

The government in Djibouti, which earlier this year revoked DP World's concession for the Doraleh Container Terminal, DCT, at the Horn of Africa, once again defends its controversial decision.

And in a statement, the government points to significant interest from other international terminal operators to partake in the development of Djibouti's ports and infrastructure.

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