Addis Ababa Doubling in Size Gives Africa Another Hub

More From Our Site Ethiopia, Africa’s fastest-growing economy, is looking to its capital to help sustain an expansion that averaged more than 10 percent a year in the past... Read more »

Ethiopia feels China’s huge presence

Bloomberg Ethiopians work in a shoe factory operated by Huajian Group, which manufactures footwear for the US market, outside Addis Ababa. Huajian, in partnership with the China-Africa Development Fund,... Read more »

Turning Ethiopia Into China’s China

Ethiopian workers walking through the parking lot of Huajian Shoes’ factory outside Addis Ababa in June chose the wrong day to leave their shirts untucked. The company’s president, just... Read more »

Harlem pastor brewing up Ethiopian coffee distribution deal

Rev. Nicholas Richards He’s got a couple of beans up his sleeve. The Rev. Nicholas Richards, founder of the Abyssinian Fund, a nonprofit that supports coffee farmers in Ethiopia,... Read more »

Ethiopia and China: How Two Former Empires Connected in the 20th Century

Tweet <!– lang: en_US –> Liu Zhen/China News Service Ethiopia was never colonized and along with China has a long imperial history. China’s imperial period came to an end... Read more »

Yemeni People Traffickers Prey on Ethiopia Migrants Seeking Work

Sintayehu Beyene left Ethiopia planning to earn money to begin a carpentry business — he ended up captive in Yemen where Kalashnikov-wielding traffickers stole what little he owned. Grabbed... Read more »

ETHIOPIA: LOVE ON THE ROCKS OR THE LIMITS OF GUILT

ETHIOPIA: LOVE ON THE ROCKS OR THE LIMITS OF GUILT By Teshome Abebe nazret.com – In a very recent article (the Economist 5-27-2014 By M.S.) titled “Cutting through the... Read more »

ETHIOPIA: LOVE ON THE ROCKS OR THE LIMITS OF GUILT

ETHIOPIA: LOVE ON THE ROCKS OR THE LIMITS OF GUILT By Teshome Abebe nazret.com – In a very recent article (the Economist 5-27-2014 By M.S.) titled “Cutting through the... Read more »

Ethiopian Guard Sentenced for Immigration Crimes

An Ethiopian jail guard accused of torturing and killing dozens of people during government-sponsored violence in the 1970s was sentenced Friday to 22 years in prison for immigration crimes... Read more »

Why ‘Made in Ethiopia’ Could Be The ‘Next Made in China’

By Tom Gara CONNECT Workers at a factory in Hangzhou, China, making national flags for the 2014 FIFA World Cup. Agence France-Presse/Getty Images China’s was once known as cheapest... Read more »