A seasoned Ethiopian aviation expert and former director general of the Ethiopian Civil Aviation Authority (ECAA), Tefera Mekonnen, has been shortlisted for the position of secretary general at the African Civil Aviation Commission (AFCAC), an African Union specialized agency in the field of aviation.
In a bid to help Ethiopia’s ambitious reform agenda, the Danish government has announced a USD 150 million contribution to the nations capacity to build a Climate Resilient Green Economy (CRGE) and meet its sustainable development goals in time for its drive to become a middle-income nation by 2025.
The trade association of the African airlines, African Airlines Association (AFRAA), on Monday called up on African governments to reduce taxes and charges threatening the viability of airlines on the continent.
The Public Procurement and Property Administration Agency has barred Promising International Trading Co. Dmcc – a major supplier of wheat to the Ethiopian market – from participating in any bidding process in the country with the decision coming into effect for the coming one year, The Reporter has learnt.
A team of 25 business delegates led by UK’s Trade Commissioner, Emma—Wade Smith, have met and discussed with more than seven-line ministries and government agencies looking to set foot in the newly rebranded Ethiopia, as the administration of Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed (PhD) introduces a wide raging of economic reforms including partial privatization of some of the biggest State Owned Enterprises (SoE) in Ethiopia.
The United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) has found in its annual Least Developed Countries (LDCs) report that entrepreneurs are faced with numerous constraints and struggle to stay in business across the LDCs where Ethiopia is one of the least performers.