Cepheus Growth Capital Partners (Cepheus Capital), the private equity which has injecting finance in promising sectors in Ethiopia for the past few year, invests in Tabor Ceramics Products Share Company.
The 4th annual meeting of Africa free zones opens in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, this morning under the theme “Economic Zones – Accelerator for Industrialization in Africa”.
The recently established Ethiopian Communications Authority (ECA) today host a consultation meeting on Ethiopian telecommunication reform process and regulatory framework with potential investors gathered from different parts of the world.
International Finance Corporation (IFC), a member of the World Bank Group, today announced a €20 million investment in Soufflet Malt Ethiopia.
Established with the aim of contributing to the development of professional and responsible media in Ethiopia, Ethiopia Media Council today held its maiden general assembly in the capital Addis Ababa.
Ethiopia’s town of Batu which is known for its Lake Zway, has invited both foreign and local investors to take advantage of the opportunities the town is offering and open … Read More
The biggest forum set to take place next month in Johannesburg, South Africa aims to raise billions of dollars of investments towards 24 African countries infrastructures development.
Africa is being exploited by foreign multinational companies in the name of attracting foreign direct investment, which in reality if foreign direct exploitation, says Esther Muchiri, Legal Consultant and Lecturer … Read More
Intellectuals and business leaders gathered in Addis Ababa this morning debate about the benefits of Ethiopia’s “urgency” to privatize the state owned mega enterprises such as Ethio Telecom and Ethiopia … Read More
Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed of Ethiopia invites Israeli investors to consider investment in his country in telecom, energy, aviation and logistics sectors.
The Government of Ethiopia, which has been on the process of privatizing telecom and opening the sector for competition, has said there will be only three competing telecom operators in … Read More
Ethiopian parliament today approved revised labor proclamation of the country, which increased the current employee probation period from 45 to 60 days.