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31 Jan 2018

Ethiopia Rising: 2018 forecasts project the economy to continue growing

The monthly newsletter by the Ethiopian Embassy in London - January 2018 Issue
31 Jan 2018

Ethiopia Rising: 2018 Forecasts from IMF, World Bank, Economist, all agree

Ethiopia's economy is set to continue to grow into 2018 according to the latestes forecasts from World Bank, IMF, Economist Intelligence Unit, among others.
30 Jan 2018

Ethiopia’s government is helping its entrepreneurs

Ambassador Hailemichael's response to the Financial Time's editorial “Ethiopia needs to change its authoritarian course”......Ethiopia is a pro-poor government and follows a homegrown developmental state model.
29 Jan 2018

Ambassador is guest speaker at book launch on Nanotechnology by Ethiopian professor

Ambassador Hailemichael Aberra Afework, was guest speaker at the launch of the book, Harnessing Nanotechnoloy for Sustainable Development, written by a selection of scholars, with Dr Hailemichael T. Demissie of Gondar University as the lead author. The launch was held at Kings College London, where Dr Demissie was a student.
Public Diplomacy
25 Jan 2018

Replenishing Ethiopia’s Renaissance

Ethiopia's democratic developmental model and pro-poor policies have delivered great dividends, especially in the last 15 years, when its economy has grown in double digits. A strong constitutional system accommodates diversity. But many, women and young people in particular, have felt excluded, so urgent reforms are on the way in a process of invigorated renewal.
23 Jan 2018

Ethiopian Coffee Week Expo

The first ever Ethiopian Coffee Week Expo is scheduled to take place in Addis Ababa from 23-18 February 2018.
Trade and Investment
23 Jan 2018

British company to build $100 million textile, garment factory

British company, Intrade UK Ltd., has signed an agreement to build a $100 million textile and garment factory at Mekelle Industrial Park, creating more than 1,300 new jobs. Similarly, the cornerstone for a $220 million textile plant was laid in Dire Dawa, East Ethiopia on 16th January.
Trade and Investment
23 Jan 2018

InfraCo Africa increases its commitment to $30m for Ethiopia’s first private geothermal project

InfraCo Africa has signed a Shareholders Agreement with Berkeley Energy, committing $30 million of equity investment to the ground-breaking Corbetti Geothermal project, doubling its original commitment of $15 million. It is anticipated that the power plant will provide first power to Ethiopia’s national grid by early 2020.