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        This peer review covers Djibouti’s implementation of the BEPS Action 5 transparency framework for the year 2018. The report has four parts, each relating to a key part of the ToR. Each part is discussed in turn. A summary of recommendations is...
        This report is Djibouti’s first annual peer review report. Consistent with the agreed methodology this report covers: (i) the domestic legal and administrative framework, (ii) the exchange of information framework as well as (iii) the appropriate use...
        Growth revived in 2012 to reach 4.5%, driven by the economy’s two main elements, port activity and foreign direct investment (FDI). The port was boosted by a higher volume of transit goods, but this was still below the level previous to the 2008...
        La croissance économique du pays a connu un nouveau souffle en 2012 pour atteindre 4.5 %. Elle est portée par le dynamisme des deux moteurs de l’économie djiboutienne : les activités portuaires et les investissements directs étrangers (IDE). Les...
        In 2011 Djibouti was hit by three unfavourable factors that weighed on its economic growth. The country continued to record a slow-down in growth caused by the effects of the financial crisis on its two main economic drivers: port activities and ...
        En 2011, Djibouti a été affecté par une série de trois chocs successifs qui ont pesé sur sa croissance économique. Le pays a continué d’accuser un ralentissement de sa croissance causé par la poursuite des répercussions de la crise financière sur ...
        In 2010 Djibouti saw steady economic growth, at an estimated 4.4%, albeit slightly below the 2009 level of 5%. The less vigorous Performance of the economy in 2010 was due to a reduction in port Operations, upon which the country's economy is heavily...
        In 2009, Djibouti’s economic growth slowed, but remained strong at 4.8%. The slowdown in growth was mainly due to the reduction in private investment, as a great deal of foreign direct investment (FDI) was postponed.
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