Kofi Adomakoh

The secret of my success: Business leaders share tips for doing business in Africa

At a recent gathering of top executives, working on the agenda for the Africa Hotel Investment Forum (AHIF) – Africa’s top event for hotel investors, research was undertaken by the Forum’s organizer, Bench Events, to find out what the essential principles are for doing business successfully in Africa. view full More »

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No U.S. Federal Aviation Administration warning for Ethiopia

There has been no recent FAA warning for flights in or out of Ethiopia.  The FAA flight prohibition (SFAR 87 of May 162000) pertaining to Northern Ethiopia predates the More »

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Exclusive: Are Indian companies “grabbing land” in Ethiopia?

Relations between Ethiopia and India date back to some 2000 years ago and today, according to the Ethiopian Investment Authority, India is the second largest foreign direct investor in Ethiopia. But allegations of land grab by Indian companies, vandalism by local people on an Indian owned farm and a recent More »

The secret of my success: Business leaders share tips for doing business in Africa

Kofi Adomakoh

At a recent gathering of top executives, working on the agenda for the Africa Hotel Investment Forum (AHIF) – Africa’s top event for hotel investors, research was undertaken by the Forum’s organizer, Bench Events, to find out what the essential principles are for doing business successfully in Africa.

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No U.S. Federal Aviation Administration warning for Ethiopia

FAA

There has been no recent FAA warning for flights in or out of Ethiopia.  The FAA flight prohibition (SFAR 87 of May 162000) pertaining to Northern Ethiopia predates the June 18, 2000 cessation of hostilities between Ethiopia and Eritrea and has not been updated subsequently.  The FAA advisory (KFDC A0012/97) pertaining to Ethiopia/Kenya dates to 2002, a statement from the US embassy in Addis Abeba said.

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Fitsum Tefera: in harmony with nature

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Ethiopia’s Developmental Statism: Cynic diagnosis, naive prescriptions

Merkeb Negash, Special to Addis Standard

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Exclusive: Are Indian companies “grabbing land” in Ethiopia?

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Relations between Ethiopia and India date back to some 2000 years ago and today, according to the Ethiopian Investment Authority, India is the second largest foreign direct investor in Ethiopia. But allegations of land grab by Indian companies, vandalism by local people on an Indian owned farm and a recent accusation by an Ethiopian high-level official against the Indian government for payment delays of India’s promised credit line make this relation appear rocky. Our Deputy-Editor-In-Chief Kalkidan Yibeltal interviewed India’s Ambassador to Ethiopia Sanjay Verma on these and other related issues. Excerpts:

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