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The African continent is embarking on an urban revolution. Its economic growth is coming from infrastructure and technology investments; and according to the World Bank’s projections for global growth, eleven out of the twenty fastest growing economies in the world are in Africa.

With its strategic location and its stable government, Djibouti provides safe access to over 400 million consumers of the Common Market for Eastern and SouthernAfrica (COMESA), linking twenty member states. This represents substantial business opportunities.

Djibouti Out-of-this-world Experience on Earth

As denoted by Djibouti’s development of the new airport dedicated to tourism in Ras Siyyan, the Al Haj Ahmed Dini Ahmed International Airport, Djibouti also strives to improve its tourism sector. Indeed, the country is very conscious of the positive impact the tourism industry can have on economic growth. Visitors…
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Towards a Globally Integrated Infrastructure Framework

Infrastructure is key to any development effort. Without proper infrastructure such as transportation, telecommunications and energy, any country’s development will be severely impaired. Well conscious of this fact, Djibouti has been striving for several years now to modernize its infrastructure. However, the country does not intend to contend itself with…
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Spearheading Africa’s ICT Development

Djibouti is an important platform and an international transit node of submarine cables, simultaneously at the heart of the Arab World and at the crossroads between Orient and Occident, between Africa and Asia. During the International Telecommunication Union 2014 Plenipotentiary Conference in Busan, Republic of South Korea, Bilateral Magazine discussed…
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Bridgehead to Africa

Economic overview Over the last few years, Djibouti’s economy has seen an increasingly strong growth. From 4.4 percent in 2010, it reached a 5 percent annual growth in 2013. The pillars of the Djiboutian economy are foreign direct investment (FDI) and port activity. FDI in particular has been continuously increasing…
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Djibouti : Your Safe Business Connection to Africa

The African continent is embarking on an urban revolution. Its economic growth is coming from infrastructure and technology investments; and according to the World Bank’s projections for global growth, eleven out of the twenty fastest growing economies in the world are in Africa. With its strategic location and its stable…
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