August 10

  • Ethiopia: Employment Crunch

    Addis Fortune

    There seems to be no issue as contentious as unemployment in the Ethiopian economic sphere. Almost every aspect of the economic phenomenon, be it either its magnitude or its... Read more »

  • Ethiopia: Aviation Authority Set to Launch New Air Transport Policy

    Addis Fortune

    Ethiopian Civil Aviation Authority (ECAA) announced that it is going to launch new air transport policy. Read more »

  • Ethiopia: Amshaj Commences Producing Diagnostic Reagents

    Addis Fortune

    Established as Ethiopian subsidiary of Amshaj Manufacturing Plc at an outlay of close to eight million Birr, Jourilabs Diagnostic Manufacturing Plant is inaugurated on August 8,... Read more »

  • Ethiopia: Malt Factory to Suspend Production

    Addis Fortune

    The Assela Malt Factory, the main supplier of malt for breweries in Ethiopia, is suspending production until the middle September when barley ordered from Denmark is expected to be... Read more »

  • Ethiopia: Job to Attract Investors Resides Closer, Not in United States

    Addis Fortune

    It seems that the United States, the global economic and political superpower that had been stirring the global decision wheel alone for over two decades, before the recent rise of... Read more »

  • Ethiopia: Blue Taxis' Bleak Future

    Addis Fortune

    During the daytime he works in an office as the chairperson of the Blen Taxi Owners' Association in Bole zone, one of the 13 taxi owners' association clustered under five zones... Read more »

  • Ethiopia: Logistics Enterprise to Swallow Comet Transport

    Addis Fortune

    Overtaking the 305 trucks of comet transport S.C the logistics enterprise, ESLSE, will operate 755 trucks Read more »

  • Ethiopia: City Establishes Agency for Competence Certification

    Addis Fortune

    The Addis Abeba Occupational Competence Assessment & Certification Center (OCACC) is to be reorganized at an agency level and operate not less than four branches across the... Read more »

  • Ethiopia: Latest News Brief

    Addis Fortune

    The Ethiopian Civil Aviation Authority (ECAA) collects 148 million Br of revenue, two million short of its plan for 2013/14, from over flight and navigation services. The authority... Read more »

  • Ethiopia: Salary Adjustment - Poor Planning Disappoints Everyone [opinion]

    Addis Fortune

    In my commentary, headlined "Propaganda Zeroes Salary Increment" (Volume 15, Number 743, June 27, 2014), I used the phrases "government employees" and "civil servants"... Read more »

  • Ethiopia: Structural Transformation Exacts Smart Industrialisation [opinion]

    Addis Fortune

    Africa's economic rise over the past two decades is no longer news. In the decade from 2003, the region's output expanded by over five percent a year, in spite of a protracted... Read more »

  • Ethiopia: 4G Nearly in Addis Abeba

    Addis Fortune

    Ethio Telecom will soon be available in Addis Ababa following the completion of an expansion project Read more »

  • Ethiopia: Ebola - a Deadly Disease Nearby

    Addis Fortune

    Notwithstanding their respective high profiles in their countries, 49 African heads of states and governments had been humbled to be present in Washington DC in response to the... Read more »

  • Ethiopia: Adika Buys Sheger's Metred Taxis, Set to Launch Service Soon

    Addis Fortune

    Adika pays nine million Br for the purchase of 25 taxis that Zemen foreclosed from Sheger Read more »

  • Ethiopia: I Used to Support the EPDRF When It Was in the Jungle.

    Addis Fortune

    Merara Gudina (PhD), an opposition political figure, said this while explaining how close the ruling coalition was to the hearts of the public in its early days. Crucial in... Read more »

  • Ethiopia: Is Aid for Trade Still Viable?

    Addis Fortune

    At a time of economic and financial stress, the aid budgets of the main donor countries are under pressure. Aid for Trade (AfT) will not be spared, as shown by the decline in AfT... Read more »

  • Ethiopia: Dive or Drive?

    Addis Fortune

    Among the major road construction projects carried out by the Addis Abeba City Roads Authority (AACRA) is the recently finalized and made open to traffic is the Bole Road. It was... Read more »

  • Ethiopia: Commit to Commute

    Addis Fortune

    Public transportation problem has long remained to be one of the common phenomena for the residents of Addis Abeba. With different projects underway including the light railway... Read more »

  • Ethiopia: A Less Granted Rise [opinion]

    Addis Fortune

    The dream that the 21st century will be the "African Century" is powerful and intoxicating. It is also becoming reality. As African officials gather in Washington, DC, for the... Read more »

  • Ethiopia: Motor Contribution

    Addis Fortune

    It has been three years since Ethiopia embarked on the construction of its flagship dam, the Great Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD), the cost of which was initially estimated to be... Read more »

  • Sudan: Ethiopia Launches Direct Route to Juba

    EA Business

    Ethiopia Airlines is now offering daily services to Juba with the latest B757 -767 New Generation which boast of higher capacity. Read more »



August 09

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