Today, Africa has emerged from this dark path. Our Armageddon has passed
— Haile Selassie I
  • An Ungrateful Sector

    [Addis Fortune] The Ministry of Trade has made public its third-quarter report on the export earnings of Ethiopia, and it is not good news. For the past two years, the nation has not been able to crack the three billion dollar mark. The government and international institutions such as the ...

  • Ethiopia Deserves More Technological Transformation

    [Ethiopian Herald] Behind every successful economy there is a strong technological advancement. Those countries with better technology and technologists portray better economic performance. However, those countries with poor technological advancements and use exhibit a very poor economic performance.

  • Some Concerns On Advertisements in Ethiopia

    [Ethiopian Herald] Global, international, national as well as local advertising are communication strategies that business entities employ to drive demand for goods and services at all levels of markets. International advertising strategies are tailored to reflect regional, national, and local market cultural differences and preferences.

  • How to Create Vibrant Private Sector?

    [Ethiopian Herald] Rising from an almost non-existent state, the private sector in Ethiopia has become major player that supplements the rapid economic progress of the country, and its transformation to middle-income economy. But how can the government keep the momentum and enhance the private sector's contribution to the overall economy?

  • A Way Forward for Food, Land Use in Ethiopia

    [Addis Fortune] To unlock the potential of better food and land use, business leaders and policy-makers working in the food and land sectors need long-term science-based targets and pathways to make better-informed decisions, write Gemedo Dalle (PhD), Ethiopian minister of Environment, Forest & Climate Change, and Paul Polman, CEO of ...

  • WFP Compensates Farmers Affected By Crop Loss

    [Addis Fortune] The United Nations World Food Program (WFP) and Oxfam America under their Rural Resilience Initiative (R4) are going to receive insurance payments totalling 1.5 million dollars to compensate for weather-related crop losses in Ethiopia, Kenya, Malawi, Senegal and Zambia.