A landmark decision by the investment board has decided to reverse a major regulation that restricts foreign investors from engaging in parts of Ethiopia's investment incentives and investment areas reserved for domestic investors.
Investment Board Lifts Restrictions On Logistics Industry
Addis Standard, 4 September 2018
A landmark decision by the Ethiopian investment board has decided to reverse a major regulation that restricts foreign investors from engaging in parts of Ethiopia's Investment… Read more »
Pile of containers at Modjo Dry Port, which has a capacity of holding 14,500 containers at once.
Reform Inspires Multinational Companies - Investment Commission
Ethiopian Herald, 10 August 2018
The recent decision of the government to open state-owned companies has inspired the multinational companies to invest in Ethiopia, according to the Ethiopian Investment Commission… Read more »
Equipping Railway Logistics Sector With Capable Human Power
Ethiopian Herald, 7 August 2018
Chinese Embassy to Ethiopia Economic and Commercial Counselor Liu Yu and EDRSC Director General Tilahun Sarka Read more »
Ethiopian, DHL Form Cargo Logistics Provider
Addis Fortune, 28 July 2018
Ethiopian Airlines and Dalsey, Hillblom & Lynn Global Forwarding, generally known by its acronym DHL, have signed an agreement to form a joint venture company tasked with cargo… Read more »
Hassan Abdillahi Waberi, a representative of the Djibouti Ports and Free Zones Authority, says the country has renovated the old port and built six specialized, state-of-the-art ... Read more »
Commenting on the recently announced privatisation plan by the government for the national carrier, the company's CEO said it "would be good if African countries such as Nigeria ... Read more »
For two decades Djibouti has been coining it because its port has been Ethiopia's main entry point for maritime traffic. The new peace deal between Addis and Asmara puts the ... Read more »
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