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Turkey expands foothold in Ethiopia

Turkey expands foothold in Ethiopia

Turkey would be another alternative for Ethiopian energy sector development, one of the major priorities for Ethiopian government.

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Equity firm to inject capital in major hospital

Equity firm to inject capital in major hospital

Ascent, an equity firm based in Nairobi, Kenya, with an office in Ethiopia, is going to sign a final deal to pump additional investments in a company involved in the health sector.Officials of the ....

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Trade Ministry to temporarily run chamber

Trade Ministry to temporarily run chamber

The Federal First Instance Court at Lideta executed a judgment on the controversy between the Addis Ababa Chamber of Commerce and Sectoral Associations (AACCSA) and United Insurance Share Company (....

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Banking Museum comes to Ethiopia

Banking Museum comes to Ethiopia

The state owned Commercial Bank of Ethiopia (CBE) will create a museum and library out of the nation’s first bank building that hosted Abyssinia Bank if the Authority for Research and Co....

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Djibouti’s new airports cleared for takeoff

Djibouti’s new airports cleared for takeoff

Djibouti launched the construction of two airports in an effort to meet the fast growing passenger, airfreight and tourism demand.

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More than a run

More than a run

The Great Ethiopian Run has donated 1.3 million birr to two humanitarian organizations and one public sector agency.

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Lethal Maize disease outbreak to cut output significantly PDF Print E-mail
By Tesfaye Getnet   
Thursday, 29 January 2015 06:07

A disease that infects corn has been found in Oromia and Southern Regional States, has the potential to cause a great deal of harm. Maize Lethal Necrosis Disease (MLND) which was first detected in Kuria, Western Kenya is a crop disease that infects and kills maize (corn).

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Turkey expands foothold in Ethiopia PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 29 January 2015 06:09


Turkey would be another alternative for Ethiopian energy sector development, one of the major priorities for Ethiopian government. Add a comment

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Private sector discusses energy policy PDF Print E-mail
By Eskedar Kifle   
Thursday, 29 January 2015 05:49

The Ethiopian Climate Innovation Center held a round table session with the public and private sector to discuss the opportunities and risks of private investment in Micro-Hydro Power (MHP) development. Add a comment

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