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Economic Strategic Vision Roadmap for Ethiopia: Part Three 

Economic Strategic Vision Roadmap for Ethiopia: Part Three 

Tsegaye Tegenu, PhD 2023-09-05 Part Three discusses the first step of the Economic Strategic Vision Roadmap making, namely root cause analysis of the economic situation of the country. By definition, root cause analysis is a systematic and interdisciplinary approach used to identify the underlying or fundamental causes of problems, incidents, or failures. The purpose of […]

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Economic Strategic Vision Roadmap for Ethiopia: Part Two 

Economic Strategic Vision Roadmap for Ethiopia: Part Two 

Tsegaye Tegenu, PhD 2023-08-31 What is an economic strategic vision roadmap? I avoided using conventional titles such as growth and development plans. The name of the document has a long title “economic strategic vision roadmap”. It consists of nouns and adjectives whose contents will be discussed in different parts of the forthcoming presentations. In few

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The Horn of Africa States The Potential of Oil and Gas in Regional Integration

The Horn of Africa States The Potential of Oil and Gas in Regional Integration

(Part II) By Dr. Suleiman Walhad January 19th, 2023 In his book “The Prize” Daniel Yergin, noted in the prologue that it does not appear that the hydrocarbon man would give up his cars, or his suburban homes and whatever he considers not as conveniences but as essentials for his way of life. This was

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‘Everything increasing except wages’: inflation batters Ethiopia

‘Everything increasing except wages’: inflation batters Ethiopia

Addis Ababa (AFP) – “Everything is increasing except our wages,” Ethiopian porter Zerihun told AFP, summing up the financial crisis facing the Horn of Africa nation as it reels from skyrocketing inflation and an economic slowdown. After a decade of dynamic growth during the 2010s, Africa’s second most populous country has suffered multiple shocks, including the

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Creation of economic prosperity roadmap for Ethiopia

Creation of economic prosperity roadmap for Ethiopia

Tsegaye Tegenu (PhD) At the end of 2021, the Ethiopian Parliament adopted a law establishing a National Dialogue Commission. One of the objectives of the Commission is to end the ongoing armed conflicts and promote nonviolent political movement and actions in the country. But dialog alone is not enough for creating peace. A certain level

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Opening Banking Sector to Foreign Investors Lures FDI, Advances Financial Inclusion

Opening Banking Sector to Foreign Investors Lures FDI, Advances Financial Inclusion

Ethiopian Finance Minister The decision to open up the banking sector to foreign investors will help to attract Foreign Direct Investment (FDI), advance financial inclusion, and create service competitiveness, Finance Minister Ahmed Shide said. The Council of Ministers has recently passed a landmark decision to open the Ethiopian banking sector to foreign investors. In an

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As the Economy Struggles TPLF renewed its terror war against the Ethiopian people

As the Economy Struggles TPLF renewed its terror war against the Ethiopian people

AP Economy Once home to one of Africa’s fastest-growing economies, Ethiopia is struggling as the war in its Tigray region has reignited and weary citizens far from the front are pleading for peace. Ethiopians are experiencing the highest inflation in a decade, foreign exchange restrictions and mounting debt amid reports of massive government spending on

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Is the Economy of Ethiopia Progressing? Open Letter to the Prime Minster and Government

Is the Economy of Ethiopia Progressing? Open Letter to the Prime Minster and Government

Tsegaye Tegenu, PhD 2022-08-24 On August 3, 2022, The Ethiopian Government held its annual meeting to review the macroeconomic performance of the country. The session led by the Prime Minster assessed the country’s economic journey and performance in terms of GDP growth and other macro-economic variables such as inflation, employment creation, export and investment promotion.

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The Horn of Africa States and Its Financial Infrastructur

The Horn of Africa States and Its Financial Infrastructur

By Dr. Suleiman walhad May 30th, 2022 A financial infrastructure is generally the foundation of a financial system including the institutions, information, technologies and rules and standards which enable financial activities including financial intermediation. In the Horn of Africa States, the financial sector is simply seen as an instrument to finance other key economic sectors such as small-scale industries, agriculture, fishing,

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