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By Ton Haverkort   
Monday, 25 May 2015 07:30

Expatriates are not new to Ethiopia and Addis Abeba as they have been working with embassies, donor organizations, NGO’s, schools and churches for many years. Over the past few years we have seen an increased influx with the arrival of many more expatriates, working in road construction, horticulture and telecommunications, just to mention the most obvious. Add a comment

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POLL 1

1. Do you think Addis Ababa needs more recreational centers?

(33 votes)

97%   (32)
3%   (1)
0%   (0)
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POLL 2

2. Do you think the Ethiopia need more express roads?

(82 votes)

96.3%   (79)
2.4%   (2)
1.2%   (1)
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