Ethio-telecom is to acquire communication satellite

Ethio-telecom is to acquire communication satellite

Ethio-telecom is to acquire communication satellite. The company is contemplating to use the communication satellite to serve the education, health and agriculture sectors where there is no telecom infrastructure. This plan is not new and there was a similar effort by the former Ethio-Telecom management to acquire a communication satellite. Once the plan is implemented it will place Ethiopia among the few African countries which have their own satellite including South Africa, Egypt, Algeria, Morocco and Nigeria.

Source; The Reporter

 

The Ethiopian Civil Aviation Proclamation and regulation is going through a revision.

The Ethiopian Civil Aviation Proclamation and regulation is going through a revision

The Ethiopian Civil Aviation Proclamation and regulation is going through a revision. The Ethiopian Civil Aviation Authority (ECAA) stated that the revised version of the proclamation will widen the participation of private companies in the sector like never before. Furthermore, the proclamation which has been in effect since 2001 is said to be lagged behind the global aviation industry that has transformed significantly since then. Therefore, this has made it challenging to meet the International Civil Aviation Organization’s standards, according to the ECCA.

Source: The Ethiopian Reporter

 

Ethiopia’s export climbs under the African Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA)

Ethiopia’s export climbs under the African Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA)

Ethiopia’s export climbs under the African Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA). The 62 percent year-on-year export increment is registered as the largest growth in the East Africa, according to United States Agency for International Development (USAID). And, if the growth momentum continues it will be become the second or the third largest exporter under AGOA in East Africa, soon. During the year Ethiopia exported 137 million dollar worth good to the United States market.

Source: FANA

 

 

Ericsson, a Swedish mobile company has agreed with Ethio-Telecom

Ericsson, a Swedish mobile company has agreed with Ethio-Telecom

Ericsson, a Swedish mobile company has agreed with Ethio-Telecom to recommence its mobile network expansion project after being pulled out from Ethiopia for a while; due to its disagreement with the former Ethio-Telecom management. The suspended mobile network expansion project of Ericsson in the South East region has deteriorated the mobile network service in the region including in Adama, Jimma and Nekemte, according to Frehiwot Tamiru ,Ethio-Telecom CEO.

 

Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed discussed with Li Yong, Director-General of the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO)

Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed discussed with Li Yong, Director-General of the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO)

Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed discussed with Li Yong, Director-General of the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) on fostering the integrated agro-industrial parks in Ethiopia. The Prime Minster insisted also the organization’s continued support towards strengthening the parks emphasizing on the parks’ key role to transform the structure of the economy by ensuring agricultural productivity, value addition and improving livelihoods.

 

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