Oggi, l'’Africa è emersa da questo cammino oscuro. Il nostro Armageddon è passato
— Haile Selassie I

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  • Due Attention to Occupational Safety, Health

    [Ethiopian Herald] Ethiopia eyeing to ensure full implementation of occupational safety and health with the aim of ensuring decent work.Globally, about 2.02 million people die each year from work-related accidents or diseases. And ILO estimates that 4 percent of the world's annual GDP is lost as a consequence of occupational ...

  • Winning Pull Factors in Drawing FDI to Ethiopia

    [Ethiopian Herald] The last couple of years have been quite challenging for the Ethiopian economy as natural and man-made problems posed themselves as obstacles to efforts of sustaining the rapid growth of the last fifteen years. The El-Nino induced drought and political unrests in various parts of the country took ...

  • Ethiopia Boosting Economic Relations With Neighbors

    [Ethiopian Herald] ADDIS ABABA -The Ministry of Foreign Affairs said that the practice of Ethiopia's economic diplomacy focuses on neighboring countries that have significant contributions and return to ensure sustainable and fast economic growth. Apart from the nearby economic relations, many Asian and some European countries are targets to promote ...

  • TTV - Combining Traditional Technologies With Modern Ones

    [Ethiopian Herald] Local and International stakeholders and investors are happy and positive to establish partnership and making business in Ethiopia. Due to the fast development in the nation, various international firms are massively investing in Ethiopia in the areas of agriculture, manufacturing industries plus various infrastructure developments. Among these, Today-Tomorrow ...

  • Bankers’ Lives Beyond Finance

    Finance is the underpinning of a modern economy and a strong banking industry is critical to economic growth especially in a developing country like Ethiopia that has 17 commercial banks in total, including the Commercial Bank of Ethiopia (CBE) and 16 private banks. Those who head these banks, the presidents, ...

  • Is Stunting Eradication Uphill Battle?

    [Ethiopian Herald] For many years, developing countries have been suffering from stunting and child malnutrition. For instance, Ethiopia loses around 16.5 percent of its GDP each year to the long-term effects of child malnutrition. Hence,what needs to be done to eradicate or alarmingly reduce stunting in this country for good?

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