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    Birhanu Fikade

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    Kenya excels in geothermal power, Ethiopia lags

    Closing in on a deal that guarantees the construction of the sixth geothermal power projects, Kenya eyes top position to become one of the few geothermal power hubs in the world with potential of 10,000MW of generating capacity.

    Exporters, Ethiopian facing off on delayed meat export

    Controversy and compensation claim surrounding meat export destined to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia on Tuesday and which has been delayed until Thursday night due to Ethiopian’s inability to avail cargo flight on the mentioned day has attracted attention, The Reporter has learnt.

    Huawei authorizes Techno Brain to train, certify ICT professionals

    The Chinese telecom giant, Huawei, has authorized Techno Brain, a global ICT training provider based in Tanzania, to train and certify ICT professionals who can service, maintain or develop IT solution suitable for brands and services that Huawei markets.

    Institute says companies cut cost by half-a-billion via Kaizen

    The implementation of Kaizen in Ethiopian companies' daily work flow has resulted in cost reductions across production line in the manufacturing sector by half-a-billion dollars, equivalent to some two billion birr, it was learnt. 

    Hotel owners vow to establish hospitality academy

    In a bid to curb the critical shortage of skilled labor in the hospitality business, the star-rated hotel owners in Addis Ababa have agreed to establish an academy, which aspires to cater to the demand of regional markets in the future, it was learnt.

    Garbage ‘hills’ annoy residents, businesses

    Residents and businesses in the catering and recreational sector have been echoing their anger at the Addis Ababa City Administration following unattended garbage piles, which is impacting their work.

    City administration set to measure earthquake risks

    Backed by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), the Global Earthquake Model foundation (GEM) has inked a memorandum of mnderstanding (MoU) with the Addis Ababa City Administration to assess risks of natural disasters such as earthquakes and other geological phenomena.

    Establishing interstate Djibouti corridor authority faces stern criticisms

    The establishment of a new corridor which seeks facilitations of smooth flow of international and interstate trade and transport among Djibouti, Ethiopia, South Sudan and the Sudan has faced stern queries from the Ethiopian side.

    Japanese coffee buyer to hold annual Ethiopia coffee quality contest

    Midyear coffee export stunted at 350 million Aiming at introducing additional new trademarked wild and organic coffee from Ethiopia the Japanese Ueshima Coffee Company (UCC) has launched and held the first coffee quality contest among Ethiopian coffee varieties.

    Japanese coffee buyer to hold annual Ethiopia coffee quality contest

    Aiming at introducing additional new trademarked wild and organic coffee from Ethiopia the Japanese Ueshima Coffee Company (UCC) has launched and held the first coffee quality contest among Ethiopian coffee varieties.

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