The government of Ethiopia has launched a homegrown economic reform, which will propel the country to become Africa’s prosperity icon by 2030.
Prime Minister of Ethiopia, Abiy Ahmed arrives the capital of South Koreas, Seoul, on Sunday for official visit focusing on strengthening ecomomic ties between the two countries.
The United States has invested over three billion dollars in Ethiopia in the last three years, says U.S. Ambassador to Ethiopia.
The Addis Ababa City Administration has drafted a law that will enable it to make free the streets of the capital free from beggars and prostitution.
For over one year both food and non-food inflation in Ethiopia continue to register double digit with 12.6 percent general inflation rate at country level for the month of July 2019.
The foreign reserve of Ethiopia which has been depleting for many years, has now improved and reached 3.2 billion.
Ethiopian government total debt from foreign and local lenders surpasses $52.3 billion, the Ministry of Finance of Ethiopia said.