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Danakali tests corruption claims

Danakali directors are at odds with third party rankings of jurisdictional risk, which characterise Eritrea as being among the worst places in the world to do business.

John Robertson*
 However poorly Eritrea is governed under president (read: dictator) Isaias Afwerki, a shift in power will deliver unwelcome flux for business (image: M-AlJabarty)

However poorly Eritrea is governed under president (read: dictator) Isaias Afwerki, a shift in power will deliver unwelcome flux for business (image: M-AlJabarty)

Danakali's Colluli potash deposit in Eritrea is an explorer's dream. Big, flat, shallow and thick mineralisation make it an ideal development prospect. Proximity to markets and infrastructure are advantageous....

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