Ethiopian Airlines positions itself to take over Africa’s skies

The state-owned Ethiopian Airlines, Africa’s largest carrier by number of passengers, according to FlightGlobal, has taken stakes in a raft of carriers across Africa and opened routes to new destinations, like Manchester,... Read more »

Ethiopia: Edible Oil Producers Cook Up an Association

By Yared Tsegaye The new association, launched last Thursday has 100 members Edible oil manufacturers established an association that was officially unveiled on May 17, 2018, at Ras Amba Hotel on Queen... Read more »

From Ethiopia, Emeralds – The New York Times

In 1990, while Vladyslav Y. Yavorskyy was a geology student at the University of Odessa, he visited his first emerald mine, the Malysheva deposit in Russia’s Ural Mountains. “I got there and... Read more »

Ethiopia to Dominate Global Coffee Market Soon, Says Expert

Ethiopia has colossal opportunity to dominate global coffee market in the near future as the global coffee consumption is increasing, Director of Jimma Agricultural Research Center, Ashenafi Ayano said. In an exclusive... Read more »

TECNO targets USD 300 mil export revenue

Unveils phone with 24 MP camera resolutions In spite of a debilitating foreign currency shortage, TECNO Mobile Ethiopia, a subsidiary of the Chinese Transsion Holdings, is eyeing USD 300 million in export... Read more »

Ethiopia hosts National Cooperative Exhibition and celebrates growth of sector

Ethiopia hosted its fifth annual National Cooperative Exhibition, Bazaar & Symposium earlier this month, under the theme “co-operatives for fairness”. Held at the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (UNECA) conference centre... Read more »

Ethiopia: The Energy Revolution Starts At The Bazaar

Clean Power Published on February 4th, 2018 | by The Beam February 4th, 2018 by The Beam  “Ninety thousand solar lanterns sold last quarter,” said Mr.... Read more »

Ethiopia: Transforming Livestock Sector, Solving Export Bottlenecks

By Yared Gebremeden Ethiopia is one of the top ranking countries in Africa and among the first ten in the world in terms of livestock resources. And it is not uncommon to... Read more »

Ethiopia Purchasing Additional 400,000T of Wheat

November 18, 2017 – The government of Ethiopia announced plans to procure another batch of wheat amounting to 400,000 tons, reports Ethiopian weekly English newspaper, the reporter. The purchase came at a... Read more »

Unlocking an Energy Revolution in Ethiopia With Lessons From the Black Market

“Ninety thousand solar lanterns sold last quarter,” said Mr. Li. He was sharing sales numbers for his solar appliance business in Ethiopia, and I couldn’t believe it. To put that number in... Read more »