DP World sues China in African terminal conflict

China has been dragged into a conflict between DP World and Djibouti. DP World has accused China of pulling the strings behind the scenes in the nationalization of a container terminal.

Arabic port company DP World is now going after China in a protracted conflict over the port terminal Djibouti.

The company has announced in a press release that it has raised a case against the Chinese state in a Hong Kong court. According to DP World, China has encouraged the government to break a concession on the Doraleh terminal.

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