Shide


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(shīd)
n.1.A thin board; a billet of wood; a splinter.
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It will also look for other opportunities to develop additional ports and logistics corridors in the region," said Ethiopian Transport Minister Ahmed Shide.
After a year of serious negotiations, Ethiopia has concluded an agreement with the Somaliland Ports Authority and DP World that will give the Government of Ethiopia 19% stake in the joint venture developing the Port of Berbera," saidEthiopian transport minister Ahmed Shide.
Ethiopian Transport Minister Ahmed Shide, said: After a year of serious negotiations, Ethiopia has concluded an agreement with the Somaliland Ports Authority and DP World that will give the Government of Ethiopia 19% stake in the joint venture developing the Port of Berbera.
Ethiopian Transport Minister Ahmed Shide said: "After a year of serious negotiations, Ethiopia has concluded an agreement with the Somaliland Ports Authority and DP World that will give the Government of Ethiopia 19 per cent stake in the joint venture developing the Port of Berbera.
Ethiopian Transport Minister Ahmad Shide said the deal had been a year in the making.
Ethiopian Transport Minister Ahmed Shide, said: "After a year of serious negotiations, Ethiopia has concluded an agreement with the Somaliland Ports Authority and DP World that will give the Government of Ethiopia 19per cent stake in the joint venture developing the Port of Berbera.
The Boss saw off Al-Hilal, Al-Sadd and Esteghal in the group stage before a supremely entertaining tie with Chinese side Dalian Shide in the semi-final.
Under the Tree, Shide and Acorn One of the most sought-after LPs of the 1970s, just 99 copies of this Shide and Acorn album were pressed when it launched in 1971.
Shide Boss - a fusion of mainstream R'n'B with an Asian twist
Four ongoing projects with a total allocation of around $110m are currently being supported by the Kuwaiti government, Ahmed Shide Ethiopia's state minister of finance said after signing the agreement.
Four ongoing projects with a total allocation of around $110m are currently being supported by the Kuwaiti government, said Ahmed Shide, Ethiopia's state minister of finance after signing the agreement.