Ethiopia Moves to Reassure Investors After Gunmen Kill Three Dangote Cement Employees

After the tragic killing of three staffs of the Dangote Cement Ethiopia office, the government moves to reassure investors both in the country and those eying the country as their next business... Read more »

Expansion of Ethiopia’s first industrial park reopens old wounds

DUKEM, Ethiopia (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – The scenic road from Addis Ababa to the small town of Dukem is peppered with signs of industry: warehouses and factories, garages and gas stations, newly-built... Read more »

Ethiopia Wins 2017 UN Investment Award

By Zekarias Woldemariam The Ethiopian Investment Commission (EIC) wins the ‘2017 United Nations Award’ for outstanding performance in targeted promotion, facilitation and execution of sustainable investment projects. According to a Press Release... Read more »

Ethiopia bets on clothes to fashion industrial future

KOMBOLCHA, Ethiopia (Reuters) – Checkered shirts for American chain Gap. Slate leggings for Swedish store H&M. Twill shorts for Germany’s Tchibo. They are among a growing list of clothes being stitched together... Read more »

Karuturi Demands Compensation From Ethiopia for Failed Land Deal

Karuturi Global Ltd., an Indian flower grower, demanded compensation from the Ethiopian government for a series of failed land deals as it prepares to exit the Horn of Africa nation. The company... Read more »

Ethiopia: How Ethiopia Synergizes Its Economic Opportunities With Gulf’s Capital?

By Bilal Derso Ethiopia’s trade and investment relation with Gulf countries/Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates/ has though shown progress since recent years, there is a huge... Read more »

Ethiopia, Western World From Donation to Economic Partnership

analysis By Bilal Derso A US – based KKR has invested 200 million USD in floriculture Ethiopia’s relation with North American and European countries that has been largely characterized by assistance has... Read more »

Ethiopia sets sights on $30bn apparel exports

Hailemariam Desalegn Leonie Barrie CorrespondentEthiopia is raising the bar on its garment and textile ambitions, targeting exports worth $30 billion by 2025: a huge goal for a country whose annual shipments currently sit... Read more »

Indonesian textile industry facing competition from Ethiopia – Business

The government’s effort to lure textile manufacturers away from China to the archipelago is facing a rising threat from East African country Ethiopia, which is offering companies a competitive cost structure. Under an... Read more »

Ethiopia: Loosening State of Emergency Propels Steady Growth –

Photo: Addis Fortune Atikilt tera, main supplier of fruits and vegetables around piazza. opinion By Homa Mulisa It’s been more than five months since Ethiopia declared a state of emergency in response... Read more »