Addis Ababa, March 9, 2018 (FBC) – Russia’s Foreign Minister, Sergey Lavrov, said his country will provide support for Africa to have a permanent seat at
(Pretoria, March7/2018 )Senior Officials of the Ethio-South Africa Joint Ministerial Commission held their 5th meeting on Monday and Tuesday this week (March 5 and… Read More
Addis Ababa, February 13, 2018 (FBC) –An Ethiopian delegation led by Minister of Foreign Affairs Dr Workneh Gebeyehu, is attending the Ministerial Meeting of the
The heads of state of Sudan, Ethiopia and Egypt agreed on the integration of a permanent tripartite committee to follow up on the construction of… Read More
( Ethi embassy,pretoria) The Ethiopian Ambassador designate to South Africa, Dr. Shiferaw Teklemariam presented the Letter of Credence to Jacob Zuma, president of the Republic of… Read More
Foreign Minister Dr. Workneh Gebeyehu, this afternoon (29 January 2018), met with the Minister of the Department of International Relations and Cooperation (DIRCO) of South
Ethiopia is an ancient African country and one of the oldest states in the world. As Abyssinia its culture and traditions date back over 3,000 years and as the Kingdom of Cush beyond time immemorial. Throughout the centuries, Ethiopia had always been the symbol of ancient African civilization and statehood--one that can boast the most remarkable achievement and glorious past from long bygone times.
Ethiopia also is known as a museum of peoples as it represents a mosaic of national/ linguistic communities or nations, speaking more than 83 different languages, with about 200 dialects, and professing different religions. It is a land of contrast and diversity boasting numerous interesting and wonderful tourist attractions.
The natural beauty of Ethiopia amazes the first time visitor as the country is a land of rugged mountains (some 25 are over 4,000 meters high), broad savannah lakes and rivers. The great and unique Rift Valley is a remarkable region of volcanic lakes with their famous collections of flora and fauna, and bird life, great escarpments and stunning vistas.
Today, Ethiopia is undergoing unprecedented economic expansion accompanied by rapid growth of the private sector, and underpinned by increasingly market-orientated economic policies. With annual GDP growth of over 10% between 2005 and 2007, and over 7% in 2008 and 2009, the potential of the Ethiopian economy has begun to capture international investors’ attention.
Ranked ninth among 46 Sub-Saharan African countries in the recently-published Doing Business Report, Ethiopia has attracted investors due to the combination of its increasingly stable political landscape, significant infrastructure development, emerging middle class and rising income levels.
Moreover, under-penetration within the sizeable Ethiopian market presents enormous domestic growth opportunities and cross border expansion for Ethiopian companies.
As the second-most populous country ofAfrica, Ethiopia is a multilingual and multi-ethnic society, and its capital is considered to be the "political capital of Africa."
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