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New law allows ethio telecom go global
New law allows ethio telecom go global
The new establishment regulation of ethio telecom approved by the Council of Ministers two weeks ago allows the company to invest in the international market, the telecom giant announced in a press briefing held at Hyatt Regency Hotel on January 21, 2020.
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Ethio-American politician faces Charges
Alexander Assefa, who made history by becoming the first Ethiopian–American politician elected as an assembly man in the State of Nevada in 2018, abruptly resigned, facing two career-ending charges.
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Central Bank approves another stimulus package for Hospitality Sector
The National Bank of Ethiopia (NBE) approved a new financial stimulus package for the hospitality sector in response to the Coronavirus pandemic that has disrupted the tourism sector for almost a year.
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Inflation surges to 30.3 percent in Tigray
Inflation soared to 30.3 percent in Tigray Region last month, twice the national average and the highest amongst all regional states in Ethiopia, according to a new report published by the Central Statistical Agency (CSA).
Parliament tables capital market bill
Parliament tables capital market bill
The Parliament tabled a draft bill to establish a capital market where securities such as shares, bonds and derivatives are bought and sold.
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Association launches horticulture vocational training institute
The Ethiopian Horticulture Producers and Exporters Association (EHPEA) announced the opening of a technical and vocational Training Institute for the Horticulture sector.
Lottery Administration to Amend Betting Directive
Lottery Administration to Amend Betting Directive
The National Lottery Administration is set to amend the directive that governs the betting market in Ethiopia. This comes one year after the administration temporarily stopped issuing new licenses to betting companies.
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Interview

The staggering walks of the hospitality sector
The staggering walks of the hospitality sector
David Desta is an Associate of JLL, a financial and professional services firm specializing in real estate services and investment management. Closely watching Ethiopia’s hospitality sector and beyond, David previously worked as an assistant director of Operations and Business Analytics with Kuriftu Resort.
‘Discipline beats talent’
‘Discipline beats talent’
Fitsum Tilahun is a medical doctor based in New York. He is a co-founder of Yetenaweg, a self-described “evidence-based medical information” platform targeting Ethiopians everywhere.
The local tourism brand – Room Roaming
The local tourism brand – Room Roaming
Tourism is one of Ethiopia’s important sectors bringing much needed foreign exchange and a chance to introduce Ethiopian culture to the world.
Shaping up the future through coding
Shaping up the future through coding
Nathan Damtew is founder and CEO of BeBlocky, a gamified programming learning app for kids, and founder and managing director of Yenetta Code, a Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) education center based in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
Digital Equb
Digital Equb
Yohana Ermias is co-founder and Chief Technology Officer (CTO) of a new company, Equb (eQub), set to become operational this month.
The Plight of Ethiopian Refugees in the Middle East
The Plight of Ethiopian Refugees in the Middle East
Nadia Hardman is a Refugee and Migrant Rights Researcher with Human Rights Watch, one of the world’s leading human rights organizations. She reflects with The Reporter’s Samuel Getachew on a recent report on the worsening situation Ethiopian migrants held in Saudi Arabia are under, on HRW’s latest on Ethiopian migrants in North Yemen and more.
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