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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.

    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.

    The Roundtable

    An acquaintance of mine was given the task to serve as a ‘Shemagele’ or an elder in a family matter that required mediation to avoid the issue from escalating into a court case.

    Unsanitary sanitation

    What goes in must come out, that is the general rule of thumb in nature. As such, more than a decade ago, the United Nations’ General Assembly explicitly recognized the right to water and sanitation, acknowledging clean drinking water and sanitation to be essential to the realization of all human rights.

    Soaring cost of farm outputs, less forex retention displeases exporters

    When the Ethiopian Commodity Exchange (ECX) exclusively began trading green mung beans on its floor four years ago, less than 3,000 birr was enough to buy a quintal of the pulse.

    Somaliland’s quest for recognition

    Tuesday, January 18, 2022, marked a dash of hope for Somalilanders, but vexatious for mainland Somalia. Members of the UK parliament debated and largely supported the recognition of Somaliland’s statehood, on the same day Muse Biihi Abdi, the President of Republic of Somaliland, departed for Addis Ababa.

    Somaliland’s quest for recognition

    Tuesday, January 18, 2022, marked a dash of hope for Somalilanders, but vexatious for mainland Somalia. Members of the UK parliament debated and largely supported the recognition of Somaliland’s statehood, on the same day Muse Biihi Abdi, the President of Republic of Somaliland, departed for Addis Ababa.

    State bank foresees a better tomorrow amid mounting quandaries

    Muluneh Aboye is the Vice President for Risk and Compliance at the Commercial Bank of Ethiopia (CBE), the largest financier in Ethiopia with a dominant market share in the banking industry.
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