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Bussines in Somalia


Economy

This is a fail state where economy doesn't exist all, every man for himself. There is some help for children and women from slamic organisation etc.

As Somalia don't have really economy, we illustrated Ali's Story on image below.

Ali Abdinur Samo, 26, a retired Somali pirate, now lives in Eastleigh, a ramshackle enclave in Nairobi, Kenya. Samo is looking to invest some of his pirate loot.

NAIROBI, Kenya - Young, newly rich and restless, Ali Abdinur Samo wasn't long for his dead-end homeland of Somalia. The 26-year-old recently decamped to Kenya, East Africa's land of opportunity, to put his wealth to work.
"I'm looking around," said Samo, whose close-cropped hair is already flecked with gray, an occupational hazard in his line of work. "I know people who are buying shops, hotels, properties. The economy is strong here, not like back home."
Samo, if you hadn't guessed, is a Somali pirate.
"Was a pirate," he corrected. After making about $116,000 in two heists, Samo bowed to his worried parents' pleas and took early retirement in Nairobi, the Kenyan capital, where the fast-growing yet shady economy has quickly become a favorite haven for pirates with ransom money to spend.

The pirates often describe themselves as saviors with AK-47s, an ad hoc coast guard that's retaliating against foreign countries for fishing illegally off Somalia's coast while civil war consumes the government. Follow the trail of their multimillion-dollar booty into neighboring Kenya, however, and you grasp the pirates' capitalist ambitions.

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Political in Somalia

Politic in Somalia


Somalia is heading towards its third decade of statelessness with no clear resolution to the country's political impasse in sight. While external perceptions reflect the periodic episodes of violent conflict, the country has not been static. Over time, the anarchy that followed the collapse of the Barre state has evolved into a kind of balkanised stalemate.

The Transitional Federal Government occupies a small corner of Mogadishu. Islamist insurgents occupy most of the south. A traditionalist religious movement, As Sunnah Al Jamaah, holds sway in the central region. To the north, the semi-autonomous Puntland government and unrecognised Republic of Somaliland are experiencing internal issues of their own. Pirates based along the nation's long coastline continue to prey on international shipping.


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Let us fighting to each others until the last man stand that will govern Somalia. To much interference in in Our problem that why until now we did not find the winner to govern Somalia.
Bashira, Somalia


I believe the best thing to let the Somalian to solve their differences. Without interference of oustider. May be the African Union could help!Is it!
Dilton , Angola


This situation is very complex and sometime bring the tears in my eyes when I think about my homeland.
Jamel , Somalia, London



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Usefull Information Somalia

This Country is at War since 1993

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That meant I can go visit Somalia or I am on risk to be kidnap. Thank Lord that Somalia is far from my country(England)
Dillson


You ca't go for visit or tourism!
James


forget about tourism over there please!
Hussain



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