Ethiopia Plans Export Hubs With $10 Billion Factory Parks – Bloomberg

Ethiopia is targeting $1 billion of annual investment in industrial parks over the next decade to boost exports and make it Africa’s top manufacturer, a special adviser to Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn... Read more »

Why Private Equity Is Moving Into Ethiopia – At A Glance

A musician is one of the leading investors Bob Geldof, the musician who staged the Live Aid charity concerts 30 years ago, chairs London-based private equity firm 8 Miles, which bought Ethiopia’s... Read more »

Abyssinia Flight Spreads Wings as Three New Aircraft Join Fleet

Addis Ababa, Ethiopia – Abyssinia Flight Services PLC (AFS) is expecting the arrival of three new aircraft at Bahir Dar International Airport on Sunday, October 19, 2014, from where they will continue... Read more »

EFF to Ethiopia: Illegal Wiretapping Is Illegal, Even for Governments

Earlier this week, EFF told the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia that Ethiopia must be held accountable for its illegal wiretapping of an American citizen.  Foreign governments simply do... Read more »

How Ethiopians in the US cling onto their heritage

5 August 2014 Last updated at 02:26 By Damian Zane BBC Africa, Washington The traditional music plays and children, some dressed in Ethiopian costume, perform a traditional dance: Raising and lowering their... Read more »

Ethiopian Deresse Mekonnen upset Legat on 1,5000 meters in New York

By Larry Fine NEW YORK (Reuters) – World indoor 1,500 metres champion Deresse Mekonnen of Ethiopia ended American Bernard Lagat’s Wanamaker Mile winning streak at six on Friday in the 104th Millrose... Read more »
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Ethiopia expels VOA’s American journalist reporting in rebel area

New York, June 18, 2010—Authorities in Ethiopia expelled an American journalist on Thursday who had been reporting near a rebel area in the east of the Horn of Africa country, according to local journalists.... Read more »