Concerted global efforts are required to spread the rapidly expanding digital economy’s gains to many people who currently reap little benefit from it, according to the first-ever United Nations Digital Economy Report 2019 released on September 4, 2019.
The United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) Report maps the flow, data and funds in the world’s digital economy.
According to the report, digital wealth is concentrated in the hands of a few US and Chinese based platforms.
Five-year project, which is expected to help increase the price of Ethiopia’s coffee in international markets, was launched today.
The 15-million-Euros project is funded by the European Union. It involves coffee producers in 28 woredas of Oromia, SNNP and Amhara regional states.
The Government of Ethiopia will also provide support in kind and expertise for the implementation of the project.
During the launching ceremony, Agriculture State Minister Sani Redi said the aim of the project is to help increase the price of Ethiopian coffee in the international market and strengthen the economy.
Ethiopia to host International Textile Machinery Exhibition (ITME) Africa 2020, which scheduled to be held from 14th to 16th February.
The exhibition is organized by India ITME Society in collaboration with Ethiopian Chamber of Commerce and Sectoral Associations (ECCSA).
Ethiopia has selected to host the first edition as the nation is one of the major countries in Africa with significant growing textile industry, it was indicated.
Briefing Journalists, India ITME Society Chairman, Hari Shankar said the exhibition proposes to bring to the table complete solutions to textile industry development in Africa through affordable technology and international exposure.
Ethiopian Prime Minister Dr Abiy Ahmed invited South Korean investors to invest in his country.
During Ethio-South Korea business forum held in Seoul, the capital and largest metropolis of South Korea, the Premier has invited South Korean investors to come to Ethiopia.
The Ethiopia is committed and has made economic reforms on its investment and business policies and laws in a bid to create conducive investment environment so as to enhance foreign direct investment (FDI), he said.
President of the Korea-Africa Foundation, Yeon-ho Choi, said on his part Ethiopia is South Korea’s preferable country to expand its market share in Africa.
The Premier also held talks with Hyundai leadership to discuss the potential expansion of investments in Ethiopia, according to office of the Prime Minister.
Ethiopian and South Korean leaders have reached consensus on elevating Ethio-South Korea relations to a strategic partnership, according to office of the Prime Minister, according to Africa Business Networking.