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Gov’t on brink of IMF agreement, sources disclose National Bank Governor Mamo Mihretu has offered a rare pledge for ‘preferential treatment’ to Saudi Arabian nationals eyeing investments in Ethiopia. The Governor made the pledge during a speech to a delegation of 79 Saudi investors and Chamber of Commerce representatives at the...

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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.
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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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From reform to systemic hurdles: A murky press freedom

Last week Sunday,On January 23, 2022, media professionals and leadership from various outlets in the country gathered at the lavish hall in the Sheraton Addis Hotel, which lies opposite to the Office of the the Prime Minister’s Office on the Lorenzo Taezaz Street.

New strategy quadruples CBE’s private sector loan share

CBE eyes two trillion birr in assets The Commercial Bank of Ethiopia (CBE) introduced a new strategy to increase the share of the private...

Tankers with 155,000 liters of fuel waiting for green light at Semera: UN

Four tankers carrying more than 155,000 liters of fuel are still awaiting approval in Semera, Afar Regional State, UN OCHA says.
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Egypt deports Eritrean asylum seekers

The government of Egypt has deported 24 Eritrean asylum seekers, including children, without assessing their claims and other protection needs, a decision denounced by the Human Rights Watch.

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