|Official Name||The Republic of Djibouti (Jumhouriyya Djibouti)|
|Area||8,958 square miles|
|Borders||Eritrea, Ethiopia and Somalia by land and Yemen by sea.|
|Time Zone||UTC+03:00 (EAT)|
|Languages||French, Arabic, Affar, Issa|
|Climate||Hot and dry through out the year|
In 2014, Djibouti exported $34.5M and imported $2.96B, resulting in a negative trade balance of $2.93B. In 2014 the GDP of Djibouti was $1.59B and its GDP per capita was $3.27k.
The top exports of Djibouti are:
Wood Charcoal ($5.49M), Coffee($5.22M), Rubber Tires ($2.97M), Dried Legumes ($2.37M) and Other Oily Seeds ($2.31M.
The top export destinations of Djibouti are:
The Netherlands ($4.24M), Spain ($2.95M), Kuwait ($2.71M), Slovakia ($2.57M) and Qatar ($2.37M).
Its top imports are:
Palm Oil($282M), Wheat ($122M), Other Vegetables ($95.5M), Raw Sugar($92.2M) and Rubber Footwear ($76.3M).
The top import origins are:
China ($1.1B), Indonesia ($306M), India ($297M), Ethiopia ($165M) and France($89.8M).
For further information:
[15th July 2017]
China has dispatched troops to Djibouti in advance of formally establishing the country's first overseas military base. Two Chinese Navy warships left the port of Zhanjiang on Tuesday, taking an undisclosed number of military personnel on the journey across the Indian Ocean.[Details...]
[12th January 2017]
Following a few months of testing on the Ethiopian side, the China-funded and built railway linking Ethiopia's capital of Addis Ababa with the strategic Red Sea port of Djibouti was officially inaugurated in Djibouti on Tuesday.[Details...]
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