BY ANDUALEM SISAY GESSESSE – They say, ‘the most successful people in life are those who do what they love to do.’ But it is not that easy especially in a developing country like Ethiopia unless one is so special and dedicated to living her/his own dream. This seems the case for the 2010 Green […]
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.
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.