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Infrastructure development, and the speed of it, will decide the future success of Africa’s east coast ports. This piece in The East African says that with Dar-es-salaam and Mombasa charging virtually the same rates, competition has shifted to port fluidity and the speed at which goods are delivered. And with Kenya already completing development of a new rail system, the suggestion is it may have the lead on its southern neighbour.

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