Saturday, December 2, 2023

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Sisay Sahlu

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Enterprise seeks Parliament’s assistance to resolve Turkish textile plants’ tax issue

Public Enterprises Holdings and Administration (PEHA) is seeking assistance from Parliament to resolve a concerning issue involving two Turkish textile plants that owe over...

Nile River Basin Commission nears establishment

In a significant stride towards establishing the long-awaited Nile River Basin Commission, Ethiopia has disclosed plan aimed at launching the Commission by the end...

Activists urgegov’t to accentuate climate crisis at COP28

Climate activists and experts are calling on Ethiopia to deliver a powerful message at COP28, shedding light on the devastating toll climate change has...

Long-awaited Army Bank switches to Microfinance

The board of the Ethiopian Army Foundation is looking to establish a microfinance institution, more than a decade after it tabled its initial proposal...

Lawmakers to consider changes to Land Administration System

 - New institutions proposed to oversee rural lands - Caps land collateral period to ten years A new draft proclamation introduces sweeping changes to rural land...

Draft ICT security bill seeks imposing obligations on diplomats, tourists

A new ICT security draft proclamation has surfaced at the parliament, proposing significant changes for diplomats and tourists visiting the country. Under the proposed...

A tale of two capitals

In a wide-ranging discussion, Belgium’s Ambassador discussed efforts to deepen partnerships with Ethiopia through expanded university programs and cultural exchanges. He emphasized the need for open dialogue to confront challenges and argued geopolitical talks in Addis could enhance understanding between global allies.

UNECA gets new director after one year vacant position

UN chief Antonio Guterres appointed Rwandan diplomat Claver Gatete as the new   executive secretary of the UN Economic Commission for Africa (UNECA), on Friday...

Exploring Marrakech, unveiling resilience

Walking the well-maintained sidewalks today, one sees signs of steady progress. Fresh coats of paint brighten once drab stretches. Newly levelled pavers ease foot traffic. Most remarkable is the energy of the people, cleaning the streets with vigor as the city readies to host a major IMF-World Bank annual meeting on October 9, 2023.

Diplomats, experts debate Ethiopia’s path forward as conflicts exacerbate societal fractures

Last Thursday saw a milestone event at the Sheraton Addis Hotel. For the first time in decades, diplomats and scholars convened to discuss the...