Measures, mechanisms to minimize budgetary deficits

Developing countries including Ethiopia face budgetary defi cits that require to be minimized if not removed. Such defi cits involve a combination of fi scal discipline, eff ective revenue generation and strategic... Read more »

 Ethiopia’s green legacy actions speak loud

The eyes and ears of the world are now in the heart of the United Arab Emirates, Dubai, where world leaders are meeting to exchange views and decide on the fate of... Read more »

Africa Two parliaments without legislations

The African Union (AU) was officially launched in July 2002 in Durban, South Africa. It replaces the former Organization of African Unity (OAU) which was established in 1963 in Addis Ababa. Based... Read more »

 Propelling cooperation with Africa for registering viable development

Holding discussions centering a range of sectors that can drive growth and prosperity wheel well would be a viable means to successfully defeat poverty from the soil of the planet, with a... Read more »

 Africa should speak with one voice at Dubai COP28 Summit

Africa is lagging behind in development when compared to other continents. Its economy is based on agriculture yet which is mainly rain fed and critically vulnerable to extreme climate condition and in... Read more »

 Amplifying the role of IGAD in land policy formulation

 The 5th Edition of the Conference on Land Policy in Africa, convened by the African Land Policy Centre, the tripartite consortium consisting of African Union The African Development Bank (AfDB) and the... Read more »

 Some measures for enhancing foreign exchange earnings

Ethiopia’s foreign exchange earnings may be improved using strategies that boost its export capabilities. It also needs to attract foreign direct investment (FDI) for production of goods for export. These export items... Read more »

 Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed address to the 20th General Conference of the UNIDO yesterday

Since 2018, we have embarked upon reforms rooted in a deep understanding of our potentials, challenges and opportunities to expand our economy and accelerate poverty reduction. Our vision is to fully unlock... Read more »

Ethiopia’s desire to own sea outlet: A timely question but requires diligence

Until the last quarter of the 19th century, Ethiopia had no neighboring countries bordering its sea coastal territories across Read Sea, Gulf of Aden and Atlantic Ocean. The advent of European colonialism... Read more »

 China’s Green Development: Lessons for Ethiopia

I was recently in China for two weeks and saw several cities, including Beijing and Guangzhou that show green development in all aspects of city life. In this piece, I try to... Read more »