A recent plan to build a fantastic Addis Abeba is complicated and has turned deadly. It is not terribly late for a u-turn, but the first step may be the hardest: bringing justice to the dead
For a number of universities located in Ethiopia’s
The higher the country's income, the higher the levels of inequality. This is according to preliminary findings of a new report on economic growth and income inequality in Southern Africa.
Findings of a study undertaken by the Economic Commission for Africa - ECA Southern Africa Office
Dr Maximilian Martin, exclusive for Addis Standard
Ethiopia is part of a new set of high-opportunity countries with exceptional potential for modernization, the “EMICs” (Ethiopia, Myanmar, Iran, and Colombia). All are high-stakes countries with a history of expansion and empire, conflict, a considerable proportion of young and educated job seekers, high potential for growth and turnaround, strong foreign direct investment (FDI) and trade promotion strategies, and broad regional importance.Ethiopia’s success in modernization could have far-reaching positive geostrategic implications and further synergistic effects with development efforts in the Horn of Africa, and impact investors can contribute to make this preferred future happen.