Published On: Wed, Nov 5th, 2014

First Month Turkish Company Controlled Mogadishu Port Progress Report is a shame of Somali Government

Albayrak dakada mogadishu

Mogadishu(ANN) Port has reached significant progress in a short time of one month, the month they managed company in Turkey Albayrak, as you know, the state some money from the taxes only, but now also from other production in economics, which is a port of the government’s work to find, today we moved to the port authorities in charge of 1.582,000 million dollars (one million five hundred eighty two thousand), this is the first time in 20 years to get the government to invest in the port, I hope that the government’s economic hub from significantly increase in the near future. I hope that will be the port of Mogadishu harbor modern soon. •

The improvement of the financial port investment strategy comes with costs that traders pay the port that were not taken up, but discounts we’ve done business, for example.

Container 40feet are paying $ 600 and under a side more than 11% have been paid $ 540 only, Container 20feet are paying $ 400 now are paid $ 350 a discount of more than 14%, sugar is used to pay tonne $ 17 dollars while now do not constitute 16.8 per tonne. This means that the port is used to pay the expenses will be reduced by the economic good of the country is staggering, it interests of the government and people.

Security of the country, during the month was not managed to control the port of Mogadishu police and security forces of Somalia held illegally in coming in, I thank celnaynaa efforts and working together. Brgds.
Araweelo News Network
Somaliland Office

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