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Regional parties see some change while EPRDF leadership remains intact

Regional parties see some change while EPRDF leadership remains intact

The 10th series of the Ethiopian People’s Revolutionary Democratic Front (EPRDF) congress opened on Friday, August 28 at Mekele in the presence of senior party leaders.

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Committee postpones GRED impact assessment study endorsement

Committee postpones GRED impact assessment study endorsement

The Tripartite National Committee (TNC) of the Abay/Nile River riparian countries of Ethiopia, Egypt and Sudan had postponed ratifying the environmental impacts assessment proposal until its next m....

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Road Corporation  to participate in railway projects

Road Corporation to participate in railway projects

The Ethiopian Road Construction Corporation (ERCC) said it will compete with foreign companies in local rail way projects.

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Carbon Tax coming soon to Ethiopia

Carbon Tax coming soon to Ethiopia

Worried by global warming and climate change, the Ministry of Water, Irrigation and Energy is preparing a policy to levy carbon tax on vehicles, one of the leading sources of carbon dioxide emitted....

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New Year Expo on display

New Year Expo on display

The “Habesha New Year Expo” organized by Habesha Weekly Promotion opened last Sunday, August 22, 2015 at the Addis Abeba Exhibition Center.

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Japanese company to hold coffee quality contest in Ethiopia

Japanese company to hold coffee quality contest in Ethiopia

Japanese company, UCC Ueshima Coffee Ltd. has announced that it will organize a coffee quality contest in Ethiopia in March next year.

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AdIB’s 32nd branch opening stalled by regulator PDF Print E-mail
By Tesfaye Getnet   
Tuesday, 01 September 2015 05:43

The Kirikos Sub-city Regulation Enforcement Bureau has suspend the opening of Addis International Bank‘s (AdIB) 32nd branch in the Addis Ababa Abattoirs Enterprise’s (AAE) compound. Add a comment

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Regional parties see some change while EPRDF leadership remains intact PDF Print E-mail
By Muluken Yewondwossen   
Tuesday, 01 September 2015 05:49


The 10th series of the Ethiopian People’s Revolutionary Democratic Front (EPRDF) congress opened on Friday, August 28 at Mekele in the presence of senior party leaders. Add a comment

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Committee postpones GRED impact assessment study endorsement PDF Print E-mail
By Muluken Yewondwossen   
Tuesday, 01 September 2015 05:47


The Tripartite National Committee (TNC) of the Abay/Nile River riparian countries of Ethiopia, Egypt and Sudan had postponed ratifying the environmental impacts assessment proposal until its next meeting in Cairo in the coming month. Add a comment

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