Gebeya, an Ethiopian headquartered company specialized in matching highly skilled and certified African information technology (IT) professionals across the world, graduated its first batch of highly skilled software developers in Ethiopia.
Oromia receives Sheikh Mohammed Al-Amoudi’s 55 trucks of grain and 20 trucks of animal forage to support drought affected citizens in the Regional State.
Space Imaging Middle East (SIME) and the Dubai Police force announced today the launching of Crime Prediction- its latest predictive policing software .
OPINION – By Moono Mupotola Lamu Port, South Sudan, Ethiopia Transport Corridor Project (LAPSSET) won the prestigious Global Infrastructure Leadership Forum Award in Washington DC on March 10th this year. The project was up against equally critical multi-billion dollar programmes including Mexico City New International airport and Seine-Nord Europe Canal, connecting northern European countries such […]
Land in Africa has become the safest asset for those with spare funds to invest. With its growing population, Rwanda, like many other countries on the continent, has also been attracting progressively more property developers to construct thousands of houses, and thus address its urban housing challenges.
The members of World Trade Organization (WTO) have agreed on reforms to further improve the review of members’ trade policies and practices and the monitoring of the global trading environment.
By Andualem Sisay Gessesse – The Ethiopian government vows to force tax incentive beneficiary manufacturing companies return the tax incentives they enjoyed by promising the country to bring hard currency to the country through product export.
Oromia Insurance Company (OIC) is set to sign tomorrow a 21 million birr worth (around 1.6 million USD at today’s exchange rate) crop insurance plan with farmers tomorrow (July 24, 2010) in Meki town of Oromia Regional State, 147 kilometer south of Addis Ababa.
Ethiopia needs a national biotechnology policy in order to develop its capacity and apply the technology in agriculture, environment, health and energy sectors, say scientists.
The total profit of commercial banks in Ethiopia, grew by 24 percent this year as compared to the similar period last year. This is excluding the new private banks, which have not began reporting profits and state-owned National Bank of Ethiopia (NBE).
The United Nations Economic Commission for Africa (UNECA) officially launches this morning, June 21, 2010, the construction of new office facilities in the presence of Ethiopian Prime Minister Meles Zenawi.
Proras, Italian Engineering and Contracting company, which has been working in Ethiopia for the past nine years, invited Ethiopian Small and Micro Enterprises (SMEs) to follow Italian industrial development model and start manufacturing ‘Made as in Italy’ products locally.