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News Somalia » Commerce: Piracy in West Africa – a persistent and serious threat

News channel or source: http://www.hellenicshippingnews.com/piracy-in-west-africa-a-persistent-and-serious-threat/
Publication date: Friday 16 February 2018

While the International Chamber of Commerce’s (ICC) International Maritime Bureau ... and South-East Asia persist and 2017 also saw some resurgence in attacks off Somalia. In addition, the ongoing conflict in Yemen continues to impact the safety of ...

News Somalia » Commerce: Guarding maritime chokepoints against worldwide disruption

News channel or source: https://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2018/feb/6/far-sighted-american-leadership-must-deter-strateg/
Publication date: hursday 08 February 2018

Many of these flashpoints have emerged immediately adjacent to the world’s most important waterways, carrying the bulk of total global commerce and much of the ... war in Yemen and long-standing anarchy in Somalia. India is emerging from the self-imposed ...

News Somalia » Commerce: Govt to open commercial offices in five more African countries

News channel or source: https://nation.com.pk/07-Feb-2018/govt-to-open-commercial-offices-in-five-more-african-countries
Publication date: uesday 06 February 2018

PESHAWAR - The Ministry of Commerce will open commercial offices in five more African ... Speaking on the occasion, ambassadors and high commissioners of Kenya, Morocco, Somalia, Ethiopia, Sudan, Madagascar and other African countries highlighted the ...

News Somalia » Commerce: Somalia's 'touch and feel' e-commerce hit

News channel or source: http://www.bbc.com/news/business-41497345
Publication date: onday 30 October 2017

When Saed Mohamed, a young entrepreneur from Somalia, pitched his online shopping business Muraadso as part of an East African start-up competition in 2015, he was prepared for rejection. And rejection is what he got. Abdigani Diriye, co-founder of the ...

News Somalia » Commerce: Rice exports grow, but basmati lacks lustre

News channel or source: https://www.dawn.com/news/1390293
Publication date: Sunday 18 February 2018

“We are lobbying Chinese authorities for some tariff relaxations to help our exporters regain the lost ground in the Chinese rice market,” says an official of the Ministry of Commerce. He added that during the ninth round of negations on Pakistan-China ...

News Somalia » Commerce: To Some, Somalia's Deadliest Attack is Call to Action for Minnesotans

News channel or source: http://kstp.com/news/somalias-deadliest-attack-call-to-action-for-minnesotans-president-mohamed-farmaajo-blames-al-shabab/4644361/
Publication date: onday 23 October 2017

The recent deadly bombing in Mogadishu could represent a call to action for some Minnesotans, one Somali Minnesotan said recently ... His uncle was a government official in the Commerce Department. He moved back to Mogadishu years ago after making a ...

News Somalia » Commerce: Somalia: Somali Foreign Investment Bill Brings Hope of Jobs, Development

News channel or source: http://allafrica.com/stories/201307310294.html
Publication date: uesday 30 July 2013

Mogadishu — The foreign investment bill now in front of the Somali parliament's commerce committee carries the hope of attracting international companies to help re-build the country, create new jobs and further develop the economy. The bill outlines a ...

News Somalia » Commerce: Somalia contracts Turkish firm to inspect quality of products

News channel or source: https://horseedmedia.net/2015/05/25/somalia-contracts-turkish-firm-to-inspect-quality-of-products/
Publication date: Sunday 24 May 2015

In a ceremony held in Mogadishu, Somalia’s minister of Industry and Commerce Abdirahman Abdi Osman and Head of the Turkish firm (PGM) signed the agreement. “We have processed this contract for pre-inspection of goods that are intended to land in ...

News Somalia » Commerce: Somalia's 'touch and feel' e-commerce hit

News channel or source: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-41497345
Publication date: onday 30 October 2017

These are external links and will open in a new window When Saed Mohamed, a young entrepreneur from Somalia, pitched his online shopping business Muraadso as part of an East African start-up competition in 2015, he was prepared for rejection. And rejection ...