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Citywaivers tax claims on 7,800 businesses

The Addis Ababa City Administration has decided to wipe the slate clean for some 6000 category “C” taxpayers who have been in a protracted tax valuation dispute with the city revenue authority; while dropping the charges against additional 1,780 businesses under its tax jurisdiction. 

New player makes least offer in latest wheat bid   

WifagMabrouk General Trading, a new entrant to the Ethiopian wheat market along with its local agent Aplas Importer Plc, have managed to give a lowest offer of USD 108 million (3.04 billion birr) for the supply of 400,000 metric tons of wheat.

Agricultural TVET conference targets sector development

The Second National ATVET (Agricultural Technical and Vocational Education Training) conference entitled - Sustainability for Ethiopian Agricultural Transformation – took place in the Adama, Oromia Regional State this week, including those from Dalhousie University – Canada’s premier agricultural university involved in various agricultural projects within Ethiopia.

Great African Caravan: an art journey

Travelling across the continent from Cape Town to Cairo over the last two hundred days, he is on the verge of reaching its destination. Having landed in Addis Ababa last week, the caravan will stay for a few days before continuing on to Sudan and finally Egypt for the last leg of the journey.

Unrelenting Abiy

Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed (PhD) appeared before the House of Peoples’ Representatives (HPR) special session on Friday where he addressed questions raised by members of the parliament regarding the outstanding security issues,the economy as well as the current political and security condition in the country.