In a ruling last week, the Court of Appeal of the High Court of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region upheld a judge's decision that a contract dispute between a Dubai company and a Chinese company related to a Djibouti port should not be moved from the Hong Kong courts to courts in Djibouti. This piece provides an overview of the contract dispute, a summary of the legal rulings, and some broader context for the issues.

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