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Gov’t initiates modalities to privatize Sugar projects

The Ministry of Finance has released initial documentation for the purpose of inviting local and international investors to express their interests in relation to the privatization of scores of sugar factories, both already commissioned and still under construction, The Reporter has learnt.

Furniture expo returns to Millennium Hall

With Ethiopia becoming increasingly dependent on the importation of furniture products from abroad, the Furniture and Interior Expo (FINTEX) returns to the Millennium Hall on May 2, 2019. The three-day event is set to welcome international industry players to the capital.

Morocco’s fertilizer giant to take over Yayu fertilizer complex

The Government of Ethiopia has taken the decision on the much-delayed Yayu Fertilizer Project, pinching it away from the maligned state-owned military-industrial conglomerate, the Metals ans Engineering Corporation (MetEC), and awarding it to the Moroccan fertilizer and phosphate maker, OCP.

CFTA: What is in it for Ethiopia?

It would have been a dream come true for the founding fathers of the Organization for African Unity (OAU) had they been alive to witness the birth of the African Continental Free Trade Area (CFTA).

Ban on alcohol advert to take effect

The proclamation thatseeks to ban any broadcast media advertisement on alcoholic drinks, from 6:00 AM in the morning to 9:00 PM in the evening, will start to take effect starting next month, May 29, 2019, The Reporter has learnt.