Posted on :Tuesday , 11th June 2019
Trade officials from the two countries held bilateral meetings in Arusha, in April, to try and determine and solve the many disputable trade issues, including rules of origin for some products and constant suspicion over the quality of products traded all over the borders.
Posted on :Monday , 8th April 2019
Economic growth in East Africa is soaring ahead of other regions on the continent at close to 7 percent while the overall outlook for the rest of Africa is cautious, but positive, a report by African Development Bank has observed.
Job creation and ramping up manufacturing will continue to be major priority areas for creating growth and employment across the continent, says . . .
Posted on :Friday , 22nd March 2019
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the FDRE is committed to promote sustainable investments that contribute to inclusive economic growth, with job creation, knowledge transfer and capacity building. It works in coordination with F.D.R.E. missions and foreign representations in Addis Ababa.
This biweekly bulletin is prepared in view of informing the public and the diplomat. . .
Posted on :Friday , 8th March 2019
The 2nd Ethiopia International Trade Exhibition is all set to return to Addis Ababa this month at the well renowned Millennium Hall at Addis Park. Being the largest international trade exhibition on Multi-Sector Products, Equipment and Machinery in East Africa, the 2ndEITE Africa, is recognized as the biggest industry event in the region thus laying a massive platform for the local industry lea. . .
Posted on :Friday , 1st March 2019
Egypt has strong economic and commercial ties with Nile Basin countries, including Rwanda, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Uganda, Tanzania, Ethiopia and Burundi, making bilateral trade far surpass raw materials and simple commodities.
According to the State Info. . .