Coffee and Tea Building to get a facelift after 40 years
The head office of the Ethiopian Coffee and Tea Authority, which has served for over 40 years, entered into maintenance and renovation works at a cost of 130 million birr.
New strategy urges Cities cover 70% of their Expenses
‘Cities Finance Strategy’, a new document tabled to the Ministry of Finance, mandates cities and towns to cover at least 70 percent of their capital and recurrent expenditures from internal revenues.
Gov’t holding company under-formation
A conglomerate dubbed ‘Government Holding Company (GHC)’ is under-formation; it is going to be an umbrella company which will be a hub for all State Owned Enterprises (SOEs) that are currently being overseen by the Public Enterprises Holding and Administration Agency (PEHAA). The holding company will be administered by a Board to be established.
Govt expects new institutional structure to last a decade
The new institutional structure revealed following PM Abiy’s new cabinet back in early October is designed to last at least for the next ten years, The Reporter learnt.
Government lifts tax on food items
In an effort to curb and control the rising inflation and enhance the purchasing capacity of the public, the government removed the tax levied on basic commodities such as wheat, edible oil, sugar and rice as of September 3, 2021.
Tigray schools in ruins, 3,846 students, teachers killed in conflict
The conflict in Ethiopia's Tigray region claimed the lives...
World Bank funded Tigray recovery project in full swing
Restores education, health services The United Nations Office for Project...
MULTINATIONALS SEE ‘HYPERINFLATION’ BUT ETHIOPIA SAYS NO
Ethiopia's status as an inflationary economy continues to be...
Eritrean forces still occupy several woredas and kebeles in Tigray, officials
They demand to ensure the sovereignty of the country...