1. Thegoodshepherd

    ANALYSIS Somalia's economy is fully dollarized, what are the implications?

    Somalia's economy is fully dollarized. The shilling is no longer really used to buy items that cost anything more than $10. Two papers helped me better understand what the implications of a fully dollarized economy may be. This is a general overview: Full Dollarization The Pros and Cons This...
  2. Thegoodshepherd

    ANALYSIS Rise in cost of living in Somalia (since February)

    The cost of living for a family of 6 by state. Source: Guide to understanding the data: Food Non-Food Total Basket
  3. Kramer

    canjeero coodka shah combo

    The texture of the canjeero and the savoury mix of coodka and soonkor bursts through your taste buds classic breakfast :krs:
  4. Manafesto

    NEWS Somaliland citizens and traders want to move out to Somalia after a major drought,Inflation,high fuel prices & business manoply hit the region

    I have predicted this few months back, what is up with Somaliland and manoply? Don't they realize if you give only one company the right to import a merchandise they will definitely exploit the poor folks in the desert region and skyrocket the prices. Muse Bihi and his UAE based Bussiness...
  5. Manafesto

    NEWS A Prominent Sheikh Criticises Somaliland's President for Widespread Unemployment and depreciation of the SL shillings
  6. TabK

    Somaliland: 4.4%, One of the lowest inflation rates in East Africa

    The Somaliland Shilling was one of the few African currencies to gain on the US dollar. This is a remarkable achievement as this region is not known for stable currencies. Ethiopia for example has an inflation rate of 19%. You then have eye-watering levels in the Puntland region of Somalia at...