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Monday, 11 May 2009

The quest for port capacity, 2nd Edition

Namibia and Zambia last week signed an agreement to establish a dry port facility in Walvis Bay . The agreement, signed by the Zambian African Union Financial Services and Namport, is meant to "strengthen future trade and provide an alternative trade route from the traditional Tanzanian and Mozambican ports as well as dedicate an area to Zambian businesses". We have previously discussed here More detail via Informante.

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