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Is the Economy of Ethiopia Progressing? Open Letter to the Prime Minster and Government

Is the Economy of Ethiopia Progressing? Open Letter to the Prime Minster and Government

Tsegaye Tegenu, PhD 2022-08-24 On August 3, 2022, The Ethiopian Government held its annual meeting to review the macroeconomic performance of the country. The session led by the Prime Minster assessed the country’s economic journey

Top 10 best airlines in Africa

Top 10 best airlines in Africa

VICTOR OLUWOLE June 19, 2022 1. Ethiopian Airlines 2. South African Airways 3. Kenya Airways 4. Royal Air Maroc 5. Air Mauritius 6. Air Seychelles 7. Rwandair 8. FlySafair 9. Egyptair 10. Fastjet Skytrax has

The Horn of Africa States and Its Financial Infrastructur

The Horn of Africa States and Its Financial Infrastructur

By Dr. Suleiman walhad May 30th, 2022 A financial infrastructure is generally the foundation of a financial system including the institutions, information, technologies and rules and standards which enable financial activities including financial intermediation. In the Horn of Africa States, the

$400M worth of petroleum smuggled out of the country

$400M worth of petroleum smuggled out of the country

Around 400 million dollars’ worth of petroleum has been illegally smuggled from Ethiopia in 2020/21 according to reports. The contrasting prices with markets in neighboring countries have offered a lucrative prospect for profit through cross-border

Why Share Companies Fail in Ethiopia

Why Share Companies Fail in Ethiopia

By Habtamu Share companies are one form of business organization that often issue shares to raise capital for operational and strategic reasons. In other countries, shares of public companies are traded on regulated stock exchanges.

Don’t Remove Ethiopia’s AGOA Trade Privileges

Don’t Remove Ethiopia’s AGOA Trade Privileges

By Mamo Mihretu, a senior policy advisor to Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed and Ethiopia’s chief trade negotiator. OCTOBER 13, 2021 [caption id="attachment_343835" align="alignnone" width="1000"] A general view of a garment factory at the Hawassa Industrial

Ethiopia’s Economic Prosperity Vision-Strategy: Challenges of Old and New Recommendations

Ethiopia’s Economic Prosperity Vision-Strategy: Challenges of Old and New Recommendations

Tsegaye Tegenu, PhD September 14, 2021 To be economically prosperous, Ethiopia needs a formal vision-strategy document that reflects the consensus of the people. The dominant sectoral approach and policy thinking did not bring about the

China’s Pathways to Economic Self-Reliance: Lessons for Ethiopia

China’s Pathways to Economic Self-Reliance: Lessons for Ethiopia

Tsegaye Tegenu, PhD 2021-09-06 Self-reliance is a commitment to use the natural and human capital of the country to generate sustainable growth and employment that is not excessively dependent on the outside world for markets,

Ethiopia’s Economy Needs Strategies and New Policy Design

Ethiopia’s Economy Needs Strategies and New Policy Design

Tsegaye Tegenu, Ph.D. Senior Lecturer, Department of Social and Economic Geography, Uppsala University Researcher, Department of Human Geography, Stockholm University Researcher, Institute for Futures Studies, Stockholm Evaluation Specialist, Performance Monitoring and Evaluation Consulting Firm (PMECF)

Akobo gets a second drill rig working at Ethiopia project

BY: MARLENY ARNOLDI 8TH JULY 2021 [caption id="attachment_233066" align="aligncenter" width="657"] Akobo Minerals has announced an “encouraging” maiden mineral resource estimate for its Segele project, in Ethiopia.[/caption] Norway-based gold explorer Akobo Minerals has procured a second drill

Ethiopia issues tender to buy 400,000 tonnes of wheat

Reuters 26 Mar 2021 HAMBURG: The Ethiopian government has issued a new international tender to buy about 400,000 tonnes of milling wheat, European traders said on Thursday. The deadline for submission of price offers in the

Boycott Racist Banks and Financial institutions

YOSEPH TILAHUN January 14, 2021 It is a daunting task to cure the disease spread by Weyane for the last thirty years. The diaspora can play a leading role to drive and educate the public

Q1: Ethiopia’s Trade Deficit Declines to 2.6bln USD

By Sisay Sahlu Ethiopian Monitor ADDIS ABEBA – Ethiopia’s trade deficit for the first quarter of 2020/21 fiscal year has declined to 2.6 billion US dollars compared with an estimated 3 billion USD in the

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Black farmers in the US’s South— faced with continued failure their efforts to run successful farms their launched a lawsuit claiming that “white racism” is to blame for their inability to the produce crop yields and on

CONCERNNING ALL THE PROJECTS IN THE ETHIOPIAN INVESTMENT COMISSION

CONCERNNING ALL THE PROJECTS IN THE ETHIOPIAN INVESTMENT COMISSION

by Mohammed Saido The Ethiopian investment commission abiding by the rules and regulations of the Ethiopian government, has its own constitutional autonomy to perform its duties and responsibilities, i.e. attract foreign direct investment. So in

Man plans to ride out Hurricane Florence a ride Hurricane

Black farmers in the US’s South— faced with continued failure their efforts to run successful farms their launched a lawsuit claiming that “white racism” is to blame for their inability to the produce crop yields and on

The most Mid-South Farm on Gin Show in them March

Black farmers in the US’s South— faced with continued failure their efforts to run successful farms their launched a lawsuit claiming that “white racism” is to blame for their inability to the produce crop yields and on

They’re back! Kennedy Darling,named to return to

Black farmers in the US’s South— faced with continued failure their efforts to run successful farms their launched a lawsuit claiming that “white racism” is to blame for their inability to the produce crop yields and on…