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Dining in piccola roma
Dining in piccola roma
Following the landmark peace declaration between Ethiopia and Eritrea, Ethiopian inventors are exploring business opportunities in Eritrea.
MPs pass landmark amnesty bill
In an extraordinary session held yesterday, the House of People’s Representatives (HPR) passed a landmark bill which will grant amnesty for individuals and groups either under investigation or convicted of treason, crimes against the constitutional order and armed struggle. The bill was passed with one abstention.
Commercial banks to buy foreign currency without conditions
Commercial banks to buy foreign currency without conditions
The National Bank of Ethiopia (NBE) issued an order to commercial banks in Ethiopia to buy foreign currency from customers without any condition, The Reporter has learnt.
Tearful reunion
Tearful reunion
“Welcome home,” an elderly woman screamed as she fell to the ground and shouted her son’s name who had just taken the first Ethiopian Airlines flight to Asmara. “My son, my son, Oh, my son, welcome home.”
Singaporean firm to automate Djibouti port
Singaporean firm to automate Djibouti port
CrimsonLogic, a Singaporean digital solutions company, appointed by Djibouti Port and Free Zone Authority (DPFZA), a port of entry for over 99 percent of Ethiopia’s import, is to implement Port Community Systems (PCS), The Reporter has learnt.
Former telecom CEO to lead education quality agency
Former telecom CEO to lead education quality agency
Andualem Admassie (PhD), the erstwhile CEO of Ethio Telecom has been replaced by the former deputy CEO of the defunct Ethiopian Telecommunications Corporation (ETC) Frehiwot Tamiru.
Eritrean border towns’ residents edge closer to normalcy
Filled with joy and unparalleled sense of freedom, residents, especially on the border towns such as Rama, Zalanbessa and Adigrate told The Reporter of their growing anxiety to restore their freedom of movement and normalcy of life which they have lost two decades ago to.

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“It was wrong to devalue the birr”
“It was wrong to devalue the birr”
Demese Chanyalew (PhD) is an economist who specializes in the agricultural sector. With his 40 years of vast experience in the profession, Demese was able to demonstrate his scholarly works at numerous stages.
Ready to share experiences
Ready to share experiences
Bengt-van Loosdrecht is the ambassador of the Netherlands to Ethiopia and the African Union.
Dawn of an oil Era
Dawn of an oil Era
Tadesse Tilahun is the Chief Executive Officer of National Oil Company (NOC), one of the few and pioneer petroleum importing and distributing companies in Ethiopia. Before founding NOC in 2004 with two other shareholders, Tadesse has accumulated more than 40 years of professional experience in the oil industry.
Uncertain economic Future
Uncertain economic Future
Mesfin Namarra is a politician and former Member of Parliament (MP) who is an economist by profession. Before joining politics, he has served the National Bank of Ethiopia (NBE) for 17 years.
Misguided privatization
Misguided privatization
Fisseha-Tsion Menghistu (Prof.) is a tax and investment expert with a total of 50 years of experience in the area. He also has a considerable amount of experience in teaching at a tertiary level having lectured in seven different universities at postgraduate level.
An Ethiopian American politician on the Rise
An Ethiopian American politician on the Rise
Alexander Assefa, an Ethiopian born American citizen, is about to m