Monaco's business elite to meet in Djibouti
From 6 to 10 February 2023, a delegation from Monaco will continue paring down the companies interested in investing in Djibouti.
Re-elected in April for a fifth five-year term, Djibouti's president has reshuffled a third of his ambassadors. In so doing, he has been careful not to upset the delicate balances he's cultivated to ensure his tiny country punches above its weight.
The Lecourt family, which has been established on the Rock of Monaco for the last two generations, began in the soap business before going on to build up a profitable agricultural trading business and then a cleaning business of a non-corporal sort, registering companies in Monaco for third parties.
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