Saturday, February 24, 2024

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Bruh Yihunbelay

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Euro Agri fair focuses on Africa, other export markets

-  Ethiopia shows huge increase in tractor, agricultural machinery imports           By Bruh Yihunbelay, Bologna, Italy The International Agricultural and Gardening Machinery Exhibition (EIMA 2016 International Expo), which is one of the biggest agricultural industry trade fairs in the world, was focusing on re-launching its cooperation with Africa in agriculture by developing cooperation projects and new policies for the use of mechanization in agriculture on the continent.

What can 5,000 dollars do for an African entrepreneur?

The Tony Elumelu Foundation Entrepreneurship Program, a leading entrepreneurship program of the Tony Elumelu Foundation, founded by a Nigerian entrepreneur, investor and philanthropist Tony O. Elumelu recently hosted nearly 1,000 entrepreneurs from 54 African countries during the second TEF Entrepreneurship Forum.

Merkel declines to address Ethiopian parliament

German Chancellor to meet with leaders of opposition parties German Chancellor Angela Merkel (PhD), who will be visiting Addis Ababa next week, declined to address the House of Peoples’ Representatives, which will return from recess for the second year term of the fifth parliament.

Ahead of COP22 Africa pushes for USD 100 bln climate fund

About 20 African agriculture ministers met in Marrakech, Morocco on Thursday and Friday to call for the rational use of resources and lobby for a share of the USD 100 billion climate fund.

Bibi’s visit, the Arabs and the geopolitical dynamics

Last week, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, paid an official state visit to Ethiopia in an attempt to strengthen the relationship between the two countries. Prime Minister Hailemariam Dessalegn and the visiting Israeli Prime Minister discussed bilateral and regional issues.

War drums and centrifugal forces in Ethio-Eritrean conflict

The second youngest African nation, Eritrea is once again struggling to extricate itself from a diplomatic and military quagmire after only two decades of...

Canon eyes East African market with new g series printers

Canon, the Japanese imaging and optical products manufacturer, this week introduced three new printers – the PIXMA G1400, PIXMA G2400 and PIXMA G3400 – to the East African market targeting Ethiopia, Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Eritrea and Djibouti.

Gearing up for luxury

Business was slow on Tuesday May 5 at Tefera Car Dealer, which is located off Cameroon Street, Bole sub-City. A 2010 Toyota Hilux D4D, a 2004 Toyota Yaris Compact, a 2015 Toyota Rav4, and a few other cars, which were mostly of Japanese-make, were on display.

Exploring the under-explored history

Black History Month, also known as African-American History Month in America, is an annual observance in the United States for remembrance of important people and events in the history of African-Americans and the African diaspora.