More nonpartisan officials resign
Weeks after the news of the former investment commissioner’s resignation broke, more nonpartisan officials are giving-up their leadership roles, with the latest coming from the Job Creation Commission.
Foreign businesses decry taxation, custom hurdles
A group of foreign businesses have echoed their frustration over the taxation and customs laws and procedures that are creating inconveniences in their day-to-day business activities and investment operations.
IFC injects EUR 20 mln in Soufflet Ethiopia
The International Finance Corporation (IFC), a member of the World Bank Group, has financially backed Soufflet Malt Ethiopia – a subsidiary of the French-based Gruope Soufflet – with EUR 20 million to help expand the company’s malt production and for its role involving some 40,000 smallholder farmers in the value chain.
Dubai Chamber of Commerce eyes Ethiopia’s tourism, real estate sector
The Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry plans to enter the Ethiopian market with a primary focus of engaging in the tourism as well as the real estate sectors, while facilitating conditions that would enable Ethiopian businesses introduce their products to the United Arab Emirates (UAE).
EIC executive embroiled in social media gaffe
A heated war-of-words on Twitter between an executive of the Ethiopian Investment Commission (EIC) and an activist has resulted in an accusation of a professional misconduct, prompting the head of the commission, Abebe Abebayehu promising to take an immediate action.
Coffee exporters, suppliers vexed over mysterious robbery
Leaves exporters, suppliers perturbed Exporters and suppliers in the coffee...
Conflict in Oromia impedes national dialogue preparations
Over 10 political parties yet to be on-boarded to...
EZEMA, NAMA denounce TPLF’s removal from terrorist list
The Ethiopian Citizens for Social Justice (EZEMA) and the...