Rebecca Enonchong and Claude Caliste M’Bahia on the board of Djibouti Telecom
Amid a reform drive, the East African state chooses to integrate African experts into its public companies.
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▪ Rebecca Enonchong and Claude Caliste M’Bahia on the board of Djibouti Telecom
▪ Amid a reform drive, the East African state chooses to integrate African experts into its public companies.
Strengthening governance and attracting foreign investors: these are the Djiboutian government’s two main mantras at the dawn of 2021. A few months after the launch of its sovereign fund—which is to be endowed with more than $1.5 billion—the country’s authorities intend to speed up its public companies’ reforms, even if it means calling on experts from outside the country.
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