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World’s Fastest Growing Economy Ethiopia Is The New Flavour Of The Month


The East African nation led the pack of fastest-growing economies — not just in Africa, but in the world — in 2015. While many African nations are struggling to cope with plunging currencies and falling revenue from commodities, Ethiopia’s economy grew 8.7% last year and is set to expand 8.1% in 2016, according to International Monetary Fund (IMF) estimates. Globally, only Papua New Guinea in the southwestern Pacific grew faster last year, at 12.3%, but no big country matched Africa’s second most populous nation after Nigeria.

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የወልድያ- ሃራገበያ- መቀሌ ባቡር መንገድ ፕሮጀክት ግንባታ ሥራ ከ25 በመቶ በላይ ተከናውኗል

mekele woldya railroad

ጥር 29፣ 2008 የወልድያ- ሃራገበያ- መቀሌ ባቡር መንገድ ፕሮጀክት ግንባታ ሥራ ከ25 በመቶ በላይ መከናወኑን የኢትዮዽያ ምድር ባቡር ኮርፖሬሽን አስታወቀ። የፕሮጀክቱ ግንባታ በተያዘለት የጊዜ ገደብ …

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Ethiopia’s light train moves around 15,000 passengers in an hour

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Published on Jan 6, 2016 Large scale infrastructure investments have been, and continue to be a key part of Ethiopia's growth story. One of the latest projects to be completed, is a light rail system for the capital, Addis Ababa which government officials describe as a game-changer. As Girum Chala reports, months down the line, the transport system has provided some relief to the capital's residents

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የከተሞች መሬት ምዝገባ ሊጀመር ነው


አዲስ አበባ፣ ታህሳስ 23፣ (ኤፍ.ቢ.ሲ) በመላው ሃገሪቱ የከተሞች መሬት ምዝገባ በያዝነው አመት እንደሚጀመር የከተማ ልማት እና ቤቶች ሚኒስትሩ አቶ መኩሪያ ሃይሌ ተናገሩ። ሚኒስትሩ የተመረጡ 23 …

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Ethiopian horticulture lures foreign investment

Government incentives and low labor costs are now bringing in foreign investment to the horticulture industry in Ethiopia. World Bulletin / News Desk The Ethiopian flower industry is flourishing, with the help of government incentives and low labor costs, experts told Anadolu Agency on Friday. The country is now the second-largest flower exporter in Africa, with over 100 flower growers on 1,700 hectares (17 000 000 square meters or 182,986,477 square feet). “We are now second in Africa only to Kenya, and we expect to overtake them soon,”Berhanu Ludamo, Promotion and Information Service Head of Ethiopian Horticulture Producers Exporters Association told Anadolu Agency.

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