Ethiopia is constructing its first ever pharmaceutical industrial park with the aim of transforming the health sector. The new park is expected to meet the country demand for a continuous supply of medicines for Ethiopians, adding value to the goal of sustainable health reform for Ethiopia.
22 Jul 2017
Ethiopia to set up first pharmaceutical park
Construction of the Reppie Waste-to-Energy facility, the first of its kind in Africa, is set to be completed in September 2017, providing alternative energy generation.
22 Jun 2017
Africa’s first waste-to-energy facility to launch soon
The second Growth and Transformation Plan aims to transform Ethiopia's industrial sector by building more Industrial Parks and new Integrated Agro-Industrial Parks (IAIPs) around the country. By 2025, the contribution of the industrial sector to GDP will have increased from 15% (in 2015) to 28%, and of manufacturing from 5% (in 2015) to 18%.
27 Apr 2017
Ethiopia to become the hub of light manufacturing in Africa
Ethiopia has launched Africa's largest eco-industrial park, dedicated solely to the textile and garment sector. The 1.3-million-square-metre facility will have thirty-seven factory sheds and its own renewable electricity source.
14 Jul 2016
Africa’s largest eco-Industrial Park Launched
PM Netanyahu and PM Hailemariam attend an economic forum in Addis Ababa with approximately 300 Israeli and Ethiopian businesspeople and senior company representatives, Ethiopian ministers and senior ministry officials.
7 Jul 2016
Ethio-Israel Business Summit Opens
The Embassy in collaboration with Pace Group hosted a business roundtable on investment opportunities in Ethiopia. The event brought together UK companies working in Ethiopia and potential investors to discuss the enabling investment environment in Ethiopia, which has become one of the emerging investment destinations in Africa.
16 May 2014
Business roundtable at the Ethiopian Embassy in London