Flower expo to be held in Addis
As Ethiopia emerges as a noted exporter of fresh cut flowers to the world flower market, the Ethiopian Horticulture Producer Exporters Association is set to host its seventh edition of a HotrtiFlora Expo 2018 in the capital on March 14th for three consecutive days. This is to be a strategy to invite more foreign investors to the country as the booming flower industry that is emerging as a source of needed foreign currency to the Ethiopian market.
Forex crunch compels gov. to delay payments
The dearth of foreign currency is compelling the Ethiopian government to delay payments that should be made to international companies in US dollars.
Corporation to sue for failed sugar export
Sugar Corporation is preparing to sue the company which bought the sugar consignment that was destined to Kenya but returned from Moyale, this week.
The Sugar Saga: Shipment to Kenya stranded at Moyale
Once again the Ethiopian Sugar Corporation (ESC) has found itself in a middle of a controversy as sugar export worth USD 2.2 million, destined to Kenya, was stuck at Ethio-Kenya border after the Corporation lost contact with the purchasing company.
Company on 300 mln birr expansion, eyes mining
- Nation makes first ever aluminum export Kality-based B & C Aluminum PLC is undergoing a 300-million-birr expansion project with a view to diversifying its products and catering to a wider clientele – both domestic and foreign.
World Bank funded Tigray recovery project in full swing
Restores education, health services The United Nations Office for Project...
CBE officials travel to Kenya to replicate M-PESA’s mobile money magic
In a bid to transform its services and forge...
Al Shabaab raid “thwarted” at Ethiopian base in Somalia
Ethiopian troops stationed in Dollo town near the Ethiopian...
As foreign banks circle, Ethiopia’s unions demand representation
Representatives of workers in the finance sector have issued...