Thursday July 27, 2017


It is often said, correctly I believe, that being entitled to our own opinion or interpretation of the facts of a situation does not mean that we are entitled to… Read more»

Ethiopia exported 221,000 tons of coffee in the fiscal year 2015-2016, in which time the country earned a record $900 million, the Ethiopian Herald reports. The figure amounts to 11.5… Read more»

Mesfin Tadesse. Ethiopia. Home of Arabica Coffee. Early Use, Folklore and Biology. North Charleston, South Carolina: CeateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2017. 15 x 33 cm, i-xvi, 95 pp (available at… Read more»

Menelik Square in Djibouti

The cross boarder potable water project that extends from Ethiopia to Djibouti is scheduled to be finalized in 3 months time. The project is said to supply safe drinking water… Read more»

The most important air show of the year is always held in Europe. Airbus (NASDAQOTH: EADSY) — operating on its home turf — usually makes a point of outpacing its… Read more»

It is necessary to reject a Free Trade Deal with the EU for the following reasons: 1. Free Trade Agreement hinders the development of the division of labor across a… Read more»

Ethiopian Airlines has been named the ‘African Airline of the Year’ for the second time in a row. The Addis Ababa flag carrier was awarded during 26th Annual Air Finance… Read more»

ADDIS ABABA (Reuters) – Ethiopia has cut off internet access nationwide until at least June 8 to try to stop cheats from posting high school exam papers on social media,… Read more»

Determining the sustainability of a developing country’s public debt is a challenge. This is because most developing countries in general and Sub Saharan Africa (SSA) countries in particular face an… Read more»

A few reasons why some of the Ethiopian Diaspora Community members are not interested and/or are against “investing” in Ethiopia: A summary of selected conversations over coffee and by telephone…. Read more»

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