Friday, April 19, 2024

News

During a session today, the Council of Ministers approved a transitional justice policy crafted to investigate and litigate the weighing human right violations committed in Ethiopia's recent history. The policy aims to address "the overlapping and wide range of victims of human rights violations, conflicts, narratives, and abuses that have...

Editorial

- Advertisement -

Video from Enat Bank Youtube Channel.

Business

Firm extends stadium completion date

The construction of the new Ethiopian national stadium is set to be extended due to cost overruns. The contractor, China State Construction Corporation (CCC) submitted...

Alibaba refutes Ermias Amelga’s ecommerce partnership claims

Alibaba says it has no plan to launch an ecommerce business in Ethiopia Alibaba Group, china’s tech giant, reiterated that it has no partnership agreements...

Public projects to see contract amendment for price escalation adjustment

Federal government offices will soon amend contracts signed with construction companies as a decision to allow price escalation adjustment for public projects awaits approval...
- Advertisement -

Ethiopia considers Argentina’s sunflower as palm-oil supply shrinks

Ethiopia’s crude palm oil orders stall after Indonesia bans export Ethiopia is looking for alternative sources of edible oil, after accessing crude palm oil in...

Lada owners to face confiscation, huge duty fees

Grace period to collect semi-knocked downs cars ends this month Estimated to be over 100 million birr worth of unassembled transport vehicles, imported by owners...

Int’l Firms ‘sabotage’ fertilizer supply: officials

The government blamed sabotage by international companies for fertilizer shortage and its price hike this year. Companies, mostly Egyptian, which participated in the bidding process,...
- Advertisement -

Gov’t resorts to using fertilizers for prioritized crops

With fertilizer in short supply, the government is resorting to prioritize its distribution based on crops' market value. By way of circumventing the problem, officials...

Drought-hit areas in Ethiopia sees 51% surge in child marriage

About 600,000 children quit school due to drought UNICEF reports a 51 percent increase in child marriage in areas hit by drought in Ethiopia, including...

Gov’t mulls tax benefits for businesses deprived of AGOA privilege

The government is contemplating to grant tax benefits and other incentives to investors that were denied AGOA privileges. Leading US, European and Asian apparel companies...
- Advertisement -

Sudden inspection puts dairy products out of reach

A liter of milk sees 87 percent price hike in less than a month A sudden inspection by authorities leads to a spike in price...

Advertisement

Popular

- Advertisement -

Subscribe to our newsletter

- Advertisment -
Category Template - Week PRO | The Reporter | #1 Latest Ethiopian News Today