The Ethiopian Government in agreement with the business community has introduced a price fix for certain everyday items. Is this good or bad in lieu of current world economic conditions and Ethiopia’s development stage? Is such intervention in accordance with what a developmental state would do?
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Do you think the current inflationary pressure in certain commodities is due to uncontrolled greed or fast development? And is the Ethiopian government justified to fix the price? To leave your comments and... Have Your Say Click Here!
Col Yitbarek comments on current events and on former TPLF members in Diaspora who are badmouthing TPLF history.
To All Compatriots
Call for Your Reflection
Mekelle Institute of Technology(MIT) is a young Science and Technology
Institute in Mekelle (opened in November 2002). It has made impressive
progress in producing professionals in critical fields of information
communications engineering and technology. Currently, the Institute is
making preparations to launch graduate MBA program as of October 2011.
We have prepared a draft design of the curriculum, and we are calling
up on all compatriots with related background and experience to
critically evaluate the draft and to send us their reflections
(firstname.lastname@example.org ). While we are sending you an eight pages
document, the important parts we like you to give us your professional
comments are Part VII and VIII. Mekelle Institute of Technology
Interview with Ato Gedu Andargachew,
V/ Chairman of ANDM and Deputy Chief Administrator of the Amhara National
Regional Administration. Tsehaye Debalkew of Selam Radio in Washington DC.
Egypt, Playing The Wrong Chords And Producing A Discordant Tone!!! Tsehaye Debalkew Jan 07, 20111-
The seemingly insurmountable hurdle affecting cooperation on the sharing of the resources of the River Nile has been the glaring lack of a binding agreement between all the Nile based countries pertaining to the optimum utilization, fair and just...
An Irishman's Diary
Most Westerners, when I tell them that I have been to Ethiopia, immediately associate the country... Hunger and poverty remain a challenge, but lost in the media storm around development are the country’s great physical beauty, its long history of fierce independence and resistance to colonialism,
“We’ve made history!” They have made history indeed!!!
“We have made history!” Ethiopian CEO Girma Wake said on Thursday, flanked by his successor Tewolde GebreMariam and his new management team. Indeed they made history with Girma Wake writing the main chapter.
Ethiopian Airlines’ most successful CEO Girma and Chairman of the Board Seyoum Mesfin officially retired together this week...(Capital)
Thank You Gashe Girma and thank you Chairman Seyoum!
Job well done! And to CEO Tewolde, we wish you the best!... Ade'ra!
FORGET THE “FORGIVE & FORGET” MANTRA OF A MISPLACED PITY Adal Isaw Jan 02 2011-The law on some perverted occasions becomes blind; for instance, when it indiscriminately prohibits the owner of a mansion and a homeless from spending the night underneath a bridge.When its sight is twenty-twenty, it is likely to see and treat an accused black person with impunity more so than it does a white convicted killer.