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DP World stands firm on rights in Djibouti dispute

Terminal operator DP World still claims to have a legally binding agreement to operate a container terminal in Djibouti in East Africa. The country's government terminated a concession arrangement with DP World in February 2018.

Arkivbillede fra DP Worlds havn i Jebel Ali. | Photo: DP World

Port and terminal operator DP World maintains that it still has a right to operate a terminal in Djibouti in East Africa.

This claim comes despite the fact that the country's government has taken control of the strategically important port in the city of Doraleh on the coast of the Red Sea, thus revoking DP World's concession to operate the Doraleh Container Terminal, DCT.

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