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Distance to: Djibouti: 521km Port Djibouti: 626km Mekele-Raya & Kobo Alamata Corridor … Distance to: Djibouti: 687Km Port Djibouti: 792Km Sudan: 348Km Port Sudan: 1282Km Bahirdar, Abay Valley& South Gondar Corridor … Distance to: Djibouti: 309Km Port Djibouti: 414Km Jimma Corridor The Corridor is identified recently and potential land identification is under assessment Jimma Corridor The Corridor is identified recently and potential land identification is …
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Intergovernmental Group of Experts on Competition Law and Policy    16th Session 5-7 July 2017 Room XVII, Palais des Nations, Geneva    Thursday, 6 July 2017 Morning Session Agenda Item 3c … The views expressed are those of the author and … Mauritius Zimbabwe Uganda Democratic Republic of Congo Malawi Rwanda Egypt Swaziland Ethiopia Libya Sudan Madagascar Seychelles Eritrea Burundi Djibouti Comoros 66 65 52 50 49 45 43 40 40 41 32 29 24 23 22 16 16 15 …
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Electric powered railway networks that connects Electric powered railway networks that connects Industrial Parks to the Port of Djibouti Industrial Parks to the Port of Djibouti Industrial Parks to the Port of Djibouti Industrial Parks to the Port of Djibouti 3Ethiopian Airlines: Ethiopian Airlines: Ethiopian Airlines: Ethiopian Airlines: Largest Cargo Operator in Africa Largest Cargo Operator in Africa … Aysha 52 factory sheds 52 factory sheds 52 factory sheds 52 factory sheds 52 factory sheds …
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-15 Member States qSouthern African Customs Union – 5 Member StatesTRIPARTITE MAP Angola Botswana Burundi Comoros Djibouti DRC Egypt Eritrea Ethiopia Kenya Lesotho Libya Malawi Madagascar Mauritius Mozambique Namibia Rwanda Seychelles Sudan South … NTBs web based reporting and monitoring tools … Technical Support by UNCTAD qBuilding on ongoing NTMs work by World Bank, UNCTAD and ITC qDatabases at national, T-RECs and Tripartite levels qNational databases interlinked in the Tripartite Online mechanism …
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Each company can bring in expatriates up to 5% of total workforce … Business visitors: Staff employed by a foreign service supplier entering Burundi for business meetings … They cannot engage in direct services provision … Authorized to stay for a duration of up to 90 days in a calendar year … SECTOR-SPECIFIC COMMITMENTS 2. COMMUNICATION SERVICES B. Courier Services (CPC 7512) Express courier services 1) None 2) None 3) None 4) Unbound except as indicated in the "horizontal commitments" section …
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UNCTAD 17th Africa OILGASMINE, Khartoum, 23-26 November 2015 Extractive Industries and Sustainable Job Creation Education and training for engineers, workers by academic, business and governmental circles, and Japan’s assistance to Africa By Yoshitaka HOSOI, Ph.D. Economist and Exploration/Mining Engineer Visiting Professor, Akita University Senior Advisor for Natural Resources, Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) The views expressed are those of the author and do not necessarily …
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Multi-year Expert Meeting on Transport, Trade Logistics and Trade Facilitation Second Session Trade facilitation rules as a trade enabler: Options and requirements Geneva, 1–3 July 2014 Global Express Association's Customs capability database: a Gap … Express Association 8 15 1. Albania 2. Bangladesh 3. Barbados 4. Benin 5. Burkina Faso 6. Burundi 7. Cambodia 8. Cameroon 9. Central African Republic 10.Congo, Democratic Republic of the 11.Congo, Republic of the 12.Cote D'Ivoire 13.Djibouti 14 …
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Geneva, 23th – 25th November 2015 Managing the Debt: Competencies in Debt Management by Ms. Lilia Razlog Senior Debt Specialist Macroeconomics and Fiscal Management Global Practice World Bank The views expressed are those of the author and do not … Central African Republic, Nigeria, Mali, Sao Tome and Principe, Comoros, Kazakhstan, Mauritania, Burkina Faso, Djibouti, Papua New Guinea, Togo, Gambia, Guinea, Sierra Leone, Maldives, Solomon IslandsResults –clients The74 countries exhibitdifferent …
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THE UNITED NATIONS COMMISSION ON SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY FOR DEVELOPMENT 18th SESSION 4–8 May 2015 Geneva Item 3: Science and technology for development 6 May 2015 Contribution by Institute for Tele-Information, Columbia University The Transformative Economic Impact of Digital Technology Dr. Raúl Katz Director of Business Strategy Research The views presented here are the contributor's a nd do not necessarily reflect the views and the position of the United Nations or the United Nations … Djibouti
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GLOBAL COMMODITIES FORUM 7-8 April 2014 Africa -Developing International Competitiveness of the Cotton Value Chain by Mr. Rajeev Arora African Cotton & Textile Industries Federation (ACTIF) The views expressed are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the views of UNCTAD … Africa -Developing International Competitiveness of the Cotton Value Chain Mr. Rajeev Arora Executive Director, African Cotton & Textile Industries Federation (ACTIF) www.cottonafrica.comINTRODUCING …
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UNCTAD 17th Africa OILGASMINE, Khartoum, 23-26 November 2015 Extractive Industries and Sustainable Job Creation Petroleum Licensing in Ethiopia: Current activities and opportunities By Dr. Ketsela Tadesse, Director of Petroleum Licensing and … and Successes  Opportunities  Conclusion Background Location:-Ethiopia is Located in the Horn of Africa Neighbours: Kenya, Djibouti, Somalia, Sudan, South Sudan and Eritrea Surface Area = 1.13 million km2 Climate: Two seasons;  Dry season:-Oct …
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UNITED NATIONS CONFERENCE ON TRADE AND DEVELOPMENTTrade and Development Board Fifty-fifth executive session Geneva, 3–4July 2012NEPAD: Performance, Challenges and the Role of RCM-AfricaMr … Emmanuel NnadozieDirector, Economic Development and NEPAD … Highway (Algeria) Optic fibre from Algeria to Nigeria (Algeria) Nigeria –Algeria Gas Pipeline (Nigeria) Dakar –Ndjamena-Djibouti Rail/Road Project (Senegal) North-South Corridor Road/Rail Project (South Africa) Kinshasa-Brazzaville Bridge Road …
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This paper represents the opinion of the author, and is the product of professional research … It is not meant to represent the position or opinions of the WTO or its Members, nor the official position of any staff members … Any errors are the fault of the author … Copies of working papers can be requested from the divisional secretariat by writing to: Economic Research and Statistics Division, World Trade Organization, Rue de Lausanne 154, CH 1211 Geneva 21, Switzerland … It is also a major source of new …
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Seventh Multi-year Expert Meeting on Commodities and Development 15-16 April 2015 Geneva Food security -Public stockholding and WTO domestic support discipline: issues for post-Bali negotiations By George Mermigkas Trade Economist FAO Liaison Office … El Salv, Gabon, H Kong, Macau, Nigeria, Qatar, Singapore) 36 -No Notification (19 LDCs: Angola, Burkina, CAR, Chad, CDR, Djibouti, Guinea, G. Bissau, Lesotho, Mali, Mauritania, Moz, Niger, Rwanda, Senegal, S Leone, S Isl, Tanz, Togo plus 16 others …
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Multi-year Expert Meeting on Transport, Trade Logistics and Trade Facilitation Second Session Trade facilitation rules as a trade enabler: Options and requirements Geneva, 1–3 July 2014 Hard and Soft Infrastructure Development in Africa -------Implementing the WTO Trade Facilitation Agreement in Africa The Role of the AfDB by Dr. Christian Kingombe C.Kingombe@afdb.org Chief Regional Integration Officer NEPAD & Regional Infrastructure Division (ONRI.1) NEPAD, Regional Integration and Trade …
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substantive area of work of this Commission, delegates will have the opportunity to hear the presentations of the two latest Investment Policy Reviews for Djibouti and Mozambique, in the presence of High-Level representatives from both countries … Mozambique and Djibouti are two African LDCs that seek to develop competitive economies and improve the standards of living for their citizens …
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UNITED NATIONS CONFERENCE ON TRADE AND DEVELOPMENT Trade and Development Board, sixtieth session Geneva, 16–27 September 2013 Plenary on Item 6: Economic development in Africa: Intra-African trade: Unlocking Private Sector Dynamism Speaker: Ms. Frannie … of trade and migration to their advantage (2005-2008) Angola Morocco Benin Niger Burundi Nigeria Congo, R Rwanda Djibouti Nigeria Ethiopia Sao Tome & Princi Gambia Sierra Leone Ghana South Africa Guinea Bissau Swaziland Kenya Tanzania Lesotho Togo …
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