Prime Minister Hailemariam Dessalegn declared today that party and government officials as well as individuals who have instigated the recent political turmoil in the country will be brought to justice beginning this week.
Because of the widespread case of identity crisis that children adopted by foreign families face and based on the premise that foreign families could not offer relatable family environment to Ethiopian children, Ethiopian government decided to scrap foreign adoption from its Family law.
Once again the Ethiopian Sugar Corporation (ESC) has found itself in a middle of a controversy as sugar export worth USD 2.2 million, destined to Kenya, was stuck at Ethio-Kenya border after the Corporation lost contact with the purchasing company.
By Yohannes Anberbir, Tokyo, Japan
Toyota Tsusho Corporation, a Japanese company which is globally renowned for automotive manufacturing, has targeted Ethiopia as its new African destination in the coming few years.
The government of the Oromia Regional State does not have any intention to disrupt the investment activities and operations of Dangote Cement, owned by Africa’s richest man, Aliko Dangote, head of the regional communications affairs office and other cabinet members told The Reporter.
As the debt of the Ethiopia Railway Corporation (ERC) mounts to a staggering level, a new draft proclamation proposes to issue permit to private railway transportation service providers to be accommodated on the national railway infrastructure.
The Government of Ethiopian has allocated 1,600MW electric power for its industrial parks that are envisaged to make Ethiopia’s industrialization a reality and in the long run make the country Africa’s light manufacturing hub.