Arbitration court rules against Djibouti port seizure

posted by Maggie Baska
14 August 2018

An international court of arbitration has ruled against the Djibouti government’s seizure in February of the Doraleh Container Terminal (DCT) from Dubai-based DP World.

But the London Court of International Arbitration (LCIA) ruled that the terminal’s concession agreement remained “valid and binding notwithstanding Law 202 and the 2018 Decrees”.

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