Ethiopian moves into Terminal 2 at London Heathrow
Addis Ababa, 17 September 2014 (WIC) - Ethiopian Airlines, the first carrier to debut the advanced Boeing 787 Dreamliner to London Heathrow, has moved to its new UK home at Terminal 2: The Queen’s Terminal.
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Boeing, Ethiopian Airlines Announce Order for 20 737 MAX 8s
CHICAGO, Sept. 20, 2014 – Boeing [NYSE:BA] and Ethiopian Airlines today announced an order for 20 737 MAX 8s. The order, previously unidentified on the Boeing Orders & Deliveries website, is worth more than $2.1 bill...Order is the largest single Boeing order by number of airplanes from an African carrier
ExIm Bank Reauthorization Critical for US-Africa Business The US Export-Import (ExIm) Bank has become the latest political football in Washington, as Democrats and Republicans argue over its value to the American economy. ExIm Bank is the US government’s export credit agency, which provides American companies with...
Scotland in last day of campaigning for independence vote Edinburgh, Scotland (CNN) -- Politicians are making their final pleas to Scottish voters Wednesday, the last day of campaigning before they head to the ballot box to vote on independence....[ One of the lame reason opponents of the Ethiopian Constitution give is that 'Article 39' encourages separation instead of unity.. just wondering what they have to say to the British Constitution which may not have Article 39!]
Ethiopian leather shoes finding markets across the world, but there is little to show for it Though Ethiopia’s leather industry has been facing challenges such as power shortages, logistics and contraband.
The fact that some of the export quality producers are focusing on the local market is also a major challenge for the government’s vision of generating $500 million from the export of leather products by the end of 2015. Out of this Over the past four years, Ethiopia has made less than $70 million from shoe exports.The average export price of Ethiopian leather shoes for men is between Big brands dominate the market and survive by outsourcing some of their services....[This what others are saying about the challenges facing the export market but what is the governments own assessment?]