Ethiopia to Open First Industrial Zone to Bolster Economy

Ethiopia will spend 900 million birr ($49 million) to open its first industrial hub for export- oriented manufacturers in a bid to deliver faster economic growth, Industry Minister Mekonnen... Read more »

US NGO Slams Rose Grower’s Karaturi Ethiopia Venture

The smell of success is usually sweet. But for the Rs 560 crore turnover Karuturi Global, this axiom cannot be farther than the truth. Karuturi’s ambitious foray into Ethiopia,... Read more »

Ethiopian Airlines Grounded Boeing 787 Dreamliner Planes

Ethiopian Airlines decided to ground all Boeing 787 Dreamliner planes for precaution after  multiple incidents occurred with  Japan Airlines and a directive issued by the US Federal Aviation Administration... Read more »

Boeing 787s Grounded by Two Japanese Airlines After Emergency Landing ( VIDEO)

Japan’s two leading airlines grounded their fleets of the Boeing 787 on Wednesday after one of the passenger jets made an emergency landing, an incident that follows a slew of... Read more »

Interview with Ethiopian Model & Social Activist Gelila Bekele

Ethiopian-born Model and Social Activist Gelila Bekele recently discussed her career and her humanitarian projects with Tadias Magazine. Gelila is currently signed with Ford Models, appearing in ads for... Read more »

Ethiopian Ancient Architecture and The Ethiopian History – Documentary (A must watch)

This video gives good explanation about the history of Ethiopia and its ancient Architecture. You can see the interrelation between thousands years old construction’s design is related to the... Read more »

Is Ethiopia ready for foreign investment? BBC

By James Melik Reporter, Business Daily, BBC World Service Ethiopia was once a byword for poverty and famine. It is still one of the poorest countries in the world,... Read more »

Ethiopia Permits Mobile Banking and Money Services

VOA News Ethiopia is one of the last countries in Africa to permit mobile banking. Mobile banking has proved to be profitable in the developing world, where many people... Read more »

Ethiopia Seeks Bids for Coffee Farm, Other State-Owned Companies

(Bloomberg): Ethiopia’s government invited bids for six state-owned enterprises as part of a plan to raise 1 billion Ethiopian birr ($55.1 million) this fiscal year by selling assets to... Read more »

Ethiopia Growth to Slow Unless Private Sector Boosted, IMF Says

Ethiopia Growth to Slow Unless Private Sector Boosted, IMF Says By William Davison Oct. 2 (Bloomberg) — Ethiopia’s growth will slow to 6.5 percent this year and over the... Read more »