Lack of legal framework threatens investments

by | March 4, 2013 2:34 pm

Prior to the concessioning of the nation’s ports, the ports suffered from increasing inefficiency, which resulted in long turnaround times for ships, high container dwell time, increased insecurity of cargoes, corrupt practices and excessive shipping charges. The ports, considered to be the second highest revenue earners for the economy after oil and gas, were running…

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