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The National’s Business Gavin du Venage April 24, 2017 By years’ end, one of the world’s largest dams will begin filling up, affecting the fate of millions of people as it does so. Ethiopia’s Grand Renaissance Dam on the upper
By Selassie Alitash For decades, Ethiopia has struggled with drought, induced by El Niño phenomena. Subsequently, the country suffered from water scarcities, crop failure and food insecurity. The devastating effects of droughts is generally noticed among developing countries such as Ethiopia.
Blue Nile officially completes purchase from the government. The protracted privatization process of Awash Winery came to a conclusion after the Ministry of Public Enterprises (MPE) fully transferred shares to – Blue Nile Investment. After several failed auctions, the winery
As cliché as it may be, many believe that money makes the world go round. Upon second thought, this notion really doesn’t seem to be too farfetched at all. In general, some of the most powerful people in the world
Following the announcement of a new decree to execute Regulation Number 208/2010 that the Federal Transport Authority is said to implement on drivers, taxi drivers in the city of Addis Ababa have called for and started a strike that will
15 January 2016 – As the worst El Niño-induced drought has sparked a sharp deterioration in food security and massive drop in agricultural and pastoral production in Ethiopia, the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) today presented a $50 million plan
Historical speech of Ethiopian University teacher on the exaggerated tribal issue in the country.
BY LINDA THOMAS-GREENFIELD 2015 AGOA Forum The American consumer has long been accustomed to reading labels marked “Made in China.” However, across the United States, more shoppers are seeing “Made in Ghana,” “Made in Tanzania,” and other labels. African products
Amadou Sy From The Brookings Institution The devaluation of the Chinese yuan by about 2 percent—its largest single-day drop since 1994—on Tuesday, August 11 took global markets by surprise. Market analysts are busy refining their assessmentsof what the devaluation and
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July 29, 2015 Introduction President Barack Obama praised Africa’s economic performance in his speech on the 2015 Global entrepreneurship summit which was held in Nairobi from July 25-26, 2015. He stressed that Africa is “on the move and the
Fekadu Bekele, Ph D On 25th January of this year the Greek people have elected a new parliament and a new government which is led by the SYRIZA party which is opposing the economic and social policies of the past
How the West underdeveloped Africa and is now trying to “finance develop” it The “Third International Conference on Financing for Development” was held in Addis Ababa last week. It was billed as a “gathering of high-level political representatives, including Heads
Refugee camps are overflowing around the world.(AP Photo/Muhammed Muheisen) WRITTEN BY Hanna Kozlowska@hannakozlowska The number of refugees in the world is growing, now at an all-time high of nearly 60 million people. As wars and persecution continue to rage, refugee camps
WRITTEN BY Bill Gates Co-chair, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation As the New Horizons satellite was beaming pictures of Pluto back to Earth last week, giving humans their first up-close look at a planet 3 billion miles away, world leaders were
“All our actions need to be underpinned by our commitment to preserving our planet, our biodiversity and our climate”, Ban said. Businesses with multiple units should be treated as one entity and their economic activity assessed to decide how much
By Mohammad Amir Anwar (CNN)The global food price crises between 2008 and 2009 led countries that bore the brunt of the catastrophe to look elsewhere for agricultural land to mitigate the effects. In 2008 prices of some foods, including wheat,
Construction workers in a section of Ethiopia’s Grand Renaissance Dam, March 31, 2015. (Tiksa Negeri / Reuters) By Harry Verhoeven n 1991, as the Cold War drew to an end, the only African country that had never been colonized by
by William Davison, April 11, 2015 Ethiopia’s credit rating was kept at a “highly speculative” B by Fitch Ratings, which expects the government to meet its fiscal deficit target of 2.9 percent of gross domestic product this year.Expansion in the fiscal
Ethiopia’s indigenous grain teff is garnering global interest as a new super food, while Ethiopia’s government tries to ensure local prices don’t rocket for Ethiopians. Every six days a week an Ethiopian Airlines flight departs Addis Ababa for Washington in
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