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Aisha Mohammed (Eng.) has been reappointed to the post of Minister of Defense in the latest round of shuffling in the Prime Minister’s cabinet. She had been serving as minister of Lowlands and Irrigation – a position now held by former Defense Minister Abrham Belay (PhD). He headed the Defense...

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Central bank rejects hotels loan extension requests

Officials at the National Bank of Ethiopia (NBE) rejected the pleas of hospitality establishments to extend the loans borrowed from commercial banks in the aftermath of the coronavirus pandemic.

Addis chamber earmarks 30 million birr for television, radio stations

The Addis Ababa Chamber of Commerce and Sectoral Association finalized a feasibility study to establish a dedicated television and radio stations to the tune...

Political parties setup discussion platform

Political parties in the country ratified a directive governing discussions among them under the auspices of the National Election Board of Ethiopia (NEBE). This was done at a consultative meeting held with the Board on Wednesday, February 2, 2022 at Radison Blu Hotel, Addis Ababa.
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Government leans toward transitional Justice, MPs query about pardoned TPLF members

The Ministry of Justice said it impeached over 10,000 suspected criminals in the last three years in relation to religious and ethnic conflict.

Economy projected to recover, Economists see window to end war

Current forex reserve estimated at USD 3.4 billion Research groups projected Ethiopia’s economy to accelerate this year, with hopes that the negotiations to end the...

Responsibility to protect: A pretext to infringe States’ Sovereignty

In principle, states have unconditional sovereignty as per international law.
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Economic Sanctions Won’t Bring Peace to Ethiopia

The exclusion of Ethiopia from the African Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA) is intended to stop human-rights abuses in Tigray, but there is little evidence that such measures affect the behavior of political elites. Instead, they limit options for low-skilled workers and damage bilateral relationships.

Brand Loyalty! Loyalty! Loyalty!

When it comes to the consumption of products that have substitutes, the majority of people do not care which brand they get as long as it gets the job done.

The Economic Costs of Closed Minds

While there are exceptions, hyper-nationalism is usually disastrous for an economy in the long run.
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Coffee forward on trial to join South African club

Abubakar Nasser, the 2020/21 Betking Ethiopian Premier League (EPL) player of the year and all-time leading scorer, is heading to South Africa, after Mamelodi Sundowns offered a trial for Abubakir.

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