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Economy

Growth doubled over a period of four years, rising from 3 per cent in 2004 to an estimated 5.9 per cent in 2008, with 6.5 per cent expected in 2009. The acceleration was due to increased flows of public and private investment, which amounted to 370 million US dollars (USD) in 2008. These investments benefited five sectors in particular: transport, port operations, telecommunications, finance and construction.

Private investment was the main driver of growth in 2008, rising by 20 per cent. It is expected to drop sharply in 2009 and 2010, as the large-scale infrastructure projects of the past few years draw to a close. Private investment's contribution to growth is expected to drop by two-thirds by the close of 2010. An increase in public investment will not suffice to offset the drop in private investment's contribution to growth. Final consumption is expected to increase only slightly in 2009 and 2010, due in particular to government restrictions on salary-related spending. Its contribution to GDP growth will range from 2.8 to 3.9 per cent. Trade makes a negative contribution to growth. Imports grew faster than exports in 2008, and this trend is expected to continue in 2009, but reverse in 2010, with the completion of large infrastructure projects. In 2010, trade's contribution to growth will be close to neutral.

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Political in Djibouti

Politic in Djibouti


A multi-party system was introduced in Djibouti in 1992, following ratification of a Constitution. Legislative elections were held in February 2008 to fill the 65 National Assembly seats. Approximately 150 000 citizens were called upon to vote, and the Ministry of the Interior reported turnout of 72 per cent of registered voters. The president's political party Union pour la majorité présidentielle (UMP) won all of the seats in the Assembly.

The opposition, including four parties that have joined forces as the Union for Democratic Change (Union pour l'alternance démocratique),launched accusations of electoral fraud. International monitors appointed by the International Organisation for the French-speaking World (OIF) and the Arab League did not contest the legality of the elections. Idriss Arnaoud Ali was thus elected to another five-year term as President of the National Assembly, with 61 votes in favour and 4 against. Regional and local elections were held in 2006, but the territorial authorities lack the resources required to operate effectively.

In June 2008, armed attacks occurred on the border between Djibouti and Eritrea, in the Doumeira area. In October 2008, Djibouti's president addressed the United Nations Security Council to request demilitarisation of the border region.


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The current political situation is calm at momment. But we are between Somalia and Eritre where the big trouble is in Africa.
Adami, Djibouti, Madrid


It's will be right over we always manage to sort out our difficulties
Ali , Djibouti


It's if the politiciens were not clever, we'll be now in Somalia fighting. Just like Ethiopian did. That why I thank our politicien for that.
Jean , Djibouti, Lome


Djibouti is nice country,as political&social and all projects i tell Easmael congratulation and Allah to help you mohamed/ somali tel.00965-99373740
mohamed , kuwait


thanks to our president ismail omar guelleh our country his headed to the rigth direction and any original djiboutian cant see that thank you again mr president may allah give you force to finish your job incha-allah... amine.salam alai-kume.vive djibouti.... from hassan chaleur....
houssein mohamed beurou , new-york u.s.a


THAKS TO ALLAH THEN TO ISMAEL OMAR GUELLEH
FARHAN DRE DAWA , ethiopia


I AM STUDENT OF POLITICAL SCIENCE AND INTERNATIONAL RELATION IN DIRE DAWA UNIVERSITY AND I PROUD OF THE POLITICS OF DJIBOUTI +251915034583
FARHAN DRE DAWA , ethiopia



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Usefull Information Burundi

Top Hotels

  • Djibouti Palace Kempinski
  • Hotel la Siesta
  • Sheraton Djibouti Hotel

Top restaurants

  • Melting Pot
  • Lac Assal

Place to visit

  • Grande Pecherie
  • Lake Assal
  • Khor Ambado Beach

Internet Access

  • The most popular satellite service in Djibouti is a broadband two-way satellite transfer system (VSAT), which provides quality access to the internet in even the least accessible areas. It not only provides an internet connection but also a wide range of additional services. It is an ideal solution, if you want to start personal communication or local network in your new location. TS2 provides in Djibouti following services:
  • Services are accessible in the main post office and some hotels. There is at least one Internet cafe in Djibouti.

Not to miss to see

  • Khor Ambado Beach
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Djibouti small country but nice place to visit with beautfull women to party
Don Piire


It's great place to see
David


Don, people want to know what is nice place to visit the Country and nice women.
Carol



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