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And the Black Sea seaside resort of Anaklia is being turned into Georgia’s first Deep Sea container port capable of accommodating high-value cargo, with an overall capacity estimated at 100 million tonnes.
But his government’s bases, the lucrative container port and the refinery were all under control of the Security Belt, a southern rebel militia trained and armed by the UAE.
Major container ports across the nation are estimated to have handled 20.1 million twenty-foot equivalent units -- or standard containers -- last year, up 7 percent from 2016, according to a report by Hackett Associates.
Their plans depend heavily on attracting foreign investment to the zone, which adjoins the Mariel container port.
Officials say the sixth-busiest container port in the U.S. came through the storm without much evidence of flooding on terminals and no visible damage to containers, cranes or refrigeration equipment.
Gwadar is experiencing a storm of construction: a brand-new container port, new hotels, and 1,800 miles of superhighway and high-speed railway to connect it to China’s landlocked western provinces.
Its container port once fed Venezuela but now sits largely empty, and its streets raged with protests against President Nicolás Maduro for months this year.
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