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Ethiopia Rises, But Challenges Remain

AFRICANGLOBE - Ethiopia's sterling performance as an emerging giant in the African continent is hugely ascribed to a number of factors, such as the relative political stability, the praiseworthy inclusive economic growth - guided by sound policies and strategies, the huge and vibrant opportunities for trade and investment, the ongoing massive regional economic integration with its neighbours and its excellent records in the promotion of regional peace and stability.

Ethiopian Economy Comes Back With A Vengeance

AFRICANGLOBE - The Ethiopian economy has grown at an annual 11 percent, which is over double the rate of other nations in Africa. Ethiopia's expansion efforts attracted investors for long-term business, creating job opportunities for many locals.

Ethiopia’s ‘African Tiger’ Leaps Towards Middle Income

AFRICANGLOBE - Ethiopia is now widely considered to be one of a pack of “African tigers”, with ambitious plans to become a middle-income country by 2025. The nation has, “like the proverbial phoenix, managed to rise from the ashes to become Africa’s fastest-growing non-energy-driven economy”.

Ethiopia: A Nation In A Rush!

AFRICANGLOBE - In this article, I wish to suggest that Ethiopia is a country that is truly looking to the future. As a consequence, it is indeed ‘a nation in a rush’. Let me explain.