Opposition Figure Downplays Reports of Job Dismissal

By Tesfa-Alem Tekle Addis Ababa — An Ethiopian opposition leader on Sunday dismissed reports alleging he has been fired from his job at the government-run Addis Ababa University. Local... Read more »

Ethiopia and Its Regional Diplomacy – Ethiopia’s Dominant Interpretation of …

opinion By Dr Mehari Taddele Maru Officially known as the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia (FDRE), Ethiopia shares borders with eastern African countries that include Djibouti, Eritrea, Kenya, Somalia,... Read more »

Investment: Made in Ethiopia

Low costs attract investors, but there are many obstacles to the country’s industrialisation. The Ethiopian government is pouring resources into industrialisation in an effort to break into global markets.... Read more »

Ethiopia To Invest $1B Eurobond In Sugar Factories, Grand Renaissance Dam

Grand Renaissance Dam Photo: Wikipedia Written by Aaron Maasho | From Reuters Ethiopia plans to expand industry, sugar factories and power production using proceeds from its oversubscribed debut Eurobond... Read more »

Ethiopia To Build Three New Airports At A Cost Of $64.5M

From NBE Ethiopia is set to expand its airport reach with construction of three airport runways in three major regional cites, with a capacity to host big jets like... Read more »

Ethiopia to Expand Energy, Industry With Eurobond Funds

ADDIS ABABA— Ethiopia plans to expand industry, sugar factories and power production using proceeds from its oversubscribed debut Eurobond that raised $1 billion, the finance minister said on Tuesday.... Read more »

Ethiopia’s rapid growth: Miracle or mirage? : Opinion

Ethiopia, like many of Africa’s new growing economies, began achieving high growth rates from a low base, writes William Gumede. Thirty years ago, in 1984, Ethiopia was plunged into... Read more »

Constitution Is Ethiopia’s Stabiliser – Envoy

By Anthony Maliki The ratification of the new constitution in Ethiopia 20 years ago has been described as a stabilising force among the diverse ethnic groups in the country.... Read more »

Ethiopia welcomes Korean investors, professors and engineers

Ethiopian Deputy Prime Minister Demeke Mekonnen Hassen (right) and Ethiopian Ambassador to Seoul Dibaba Abdetta (left) pose for a photo after an interview with The Korea Herald at Lotte... Read more »

Ethiopia-Turkey business forum opens in Addis Ababa

“I hope this forum will result in more Turkish investments coming to Ethiopia,” Ethiopian Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn said at the forum’s opening ceremony. “Turkish companies investing in Ethiopia... Read more »