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Ethiopian Agri-Business Industry Report 2019: Size & State of the Industry, Major Influences, Profiles of 19 Key Players

Ethiopian Agri-Business Industry Report 2019: Size & State of the Industry, Major Influences, Profiles of 19 Key Players

NEWS PROVIDED BY Research and Markets  Feb 04, 2020, 16:45 ET DUBLIN, Feb. 4, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — The “The Agri-Business Sector in Ethiopia 2019″ report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering. This report on the Agri-Business Sector in Ethiopia examines the sector and its subsectors involved in the more than 140 different types of crops that are grown in the country. The report describes the […]

World Bank Cuts Ethiopia Growth Forecast

By Samuel Gebre January 8, 2020, Bloomberg The World Bank cut its forecast for Ethiopia’s economic growth in the 2020 fiscal year to 6.3%, well below the government’s projection. The National Bank of Ethiopia has forecast that gross domestic product growth would accelerate to 10.8% for the fiscal year ending in July, up from a […]

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Ethiopia’s newly unified ruling party pivots to a liberal political economy

Earlier this month, Ethiopia’s ruling coalition party formally unified and was rebaptized the “Prosperity Party.” Formerly known as the “Ethiopian Peoples’ Revolutionary Democratic Front” (EPRDF), the coalition used to consist of four parties representing the country’s major ethnic groups. Now, with the notable exception of the Tigrayan People Liberation Front (TPLF), all of EPRDF’s former […]

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ETHIOCRACY, Ethiopia’s Socially Responsible Market Economy

By Abate Kassa   April 29, 2019 The purpose of this article is to encourage fellow Ethiopians to craft a new political economy for Ethiopia ሀገር–በቀል አዲስ የኢትዮጵያ ርዕዮተ–ዓለም ለመንደፍ, in the spirit of following our ancestor’s paradigm pioneering tradition like that of innovating the Ge’ez alphabet. This is not a prescription, but a suggestion for […]

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ETHIOCRACY, Ethiopia’s Socially Responsible Market Economy

By Abate Kassa The purpose of this article is to encourage fellow Ethiopians to craft a new political economy for Ethiopia ሀገር–በቀል አዲስ የኢትዮጵያ ርዕዮተ–ዓለም ለመንደፍ, in the spirit of following our ancestor’s paradigm pioneering tradition like that of innovating the Ge’ez alphabet. There is a world of developed and developing nations. Most of the developing nations in Africa emerged as […]

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The Tigrean Minority Junta to control the Ethiopian economy under the guise of privatization?

By Aschalew Aberra My take on the executive committee’s decision to liberalize the Ethiopian economy. There are several school of (economic) thoughts that discuss the pros and cons of liberalization of the economy by privatizing government owned companies,  commonly known as parastatals. There are mixed experiences (both good and bad) as a result of privatizing […]

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Dr Zelalem Teklu on Ethiopian Economy | by Sadik Ahmed | Must Watch Interview

Dr Zelalem Teklu on Ethiopian Economy | by Sadik Ahmed | Must Watch Interview Please follow and like us:

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Ethiopia economy slows | BBC

Emmanuel Igunza BBC Africa, Addis Ababa Ethiopia’s economic growth has slowed down to 8% in 2015/2016 fiscal year, marking its slowest growth in nearly a decade. The country had previously averaged growth of 10% over the last ten years, emerging as one of the fastest developing economies in the world. The planning commission says this […]

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Internet shutdown could cost Ethiopia’s booming economy millions of dollars

(QZ) — The internet shutdown in Ethiopia will drain millions of dollars from the economy, besides undermining citizens’ rights to impart and seek information, observers of the current state of emergency say. Mobile internet remains down across the country since the government announced a six-month, nationwide emergency in early October. The government also this week […]

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Ethiopia: Double Digit Growth or Collapsing Economy?

Ethiopian government’s increasing reliance on foreign loans is posing a serious risk of economic collapse, a renowned economist has revealed. “Take for instance China, which has loaned over $17 billion to the Ethiopian government for infrastructure projects. Our total investment is 40 per cent of the GDP. Our saving is between 10-20 per cent of […]

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Ethiopian scholar warns country’s overstretched economy risks collapse

(African Review) — The Ethiopian government’s growing reliance on foreign loans is posing a serious risk of economic collapse, a paper presented Friday by a renowned local economist says. “Take for instance China, which has loaned over $17 billion to the Ethiopian government for infrastructure projects. Our total investment is 40 per cent of GDP. Our […]

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IMF warns the global economy is “highly vulnerable” | BBC

(BBC)  The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has said the global economy has weakened further and warned it was “highly vulnerable to adverse shocks”. It said the weakening had come “amid increasing financial turbulence and falling asset prices”. The IMF’s report comes before the meeting of G20 finance ministers and central bank governors in Shanghai later this […]

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