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Top 3 remarkable developments in Ethiopia

3. Rail Transport Construction in Ethiopia Ethiopia has lately operated the first metro (light rail transit ) in Sub-Saharan Africa that covers 31.6 KMs which also have the capacity of transporting 200,000 passengers daily. Ethiopia has also almost completed the Addis Ababa-Djibouti Railway which is a heavy rail system that …

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Ethiopian House of Peoples representatives (HPR) endorses GTP-2

Ethiopian House of Peoples representatives (HPR) endorsed Second Growth and Transformation Plan  (GTP2). Series discussions made on the plan previously, and GTP2 finally endorsed by the parliament. Ethiopian Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn while responding to questions raised on GTP2 said, Ethiopia has learned many things from GTP1, and will solve …

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Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO) Set to Open Office in Ethiopia

Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO) is said to open office in Ethiopia, according to Ethiopia’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MoFA). Tewolde Mulugeta, MoFA’s spokesperson, told journalists about JETRO’s plan to open office in Ethiopia while conveying a regular bimonthly brief on the Ministry’s accomplishments. Dr.Tedros Adhanom, Minister of Foreign Affairs, …

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France Expresses Desire for More Trade partnerships with Ethiopia

French Foreign Trade Minister Matthias Fekl expressed his country’s and French investors’ interest to invest more in Ethiopia. Fekl came to Ethiopia with a delegation of about 40 French businesses, specifically small and medium-size businesses. Matthias Fekl, Minister of State for Foreign Trade, the Promotion of Tourism and French Nationals …

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Rights group warns Ethiopia’s government against “brutal crackdown on protesters”

Anti-terror rhetoric by Ethiopia’s government could escalate into a brutal crackdown on protesters, human rights group Amnesty International has warned. A plan to expand the capital’s administrative control into the Oromia region has sparked deadly protests. The government has accused Oromo protestors of links with terrorist groups and trying to …

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