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ETHIOPIA A Preferred Location for Foreign Direct Investment in Africa  Published Popular

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ETHIOPIA  A Preferred Location for Foreign Direct Investment in Africa

Ethiopia is considered as one of the most stable countries in Africa.  The Constitution of the country, adopted in 1995, provides for a multiparty political system.

ETHIOPIA A Preferred Location for Foreign Direct Investment in Africa, 2015  Published Popular

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ETHIOPIA- A Preferred Location for Foreign Direct Investment in Africa, 2015.pdf

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ETHIOPIA  A Preferred Location for Foreign Direct Investment in Africa, 2015

Ethiopia is considered as one of theEthiopia is considered as one of themost stable countries in Africa.• The Constitution of the country,adopted in 1995, provides for a multipartypolitical system.

ETHIOPIA Agribusiness Procedures and Opportunities  Published Popular

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ETHIOPIA Agribusiness Procedures and Opportunities.pdf

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ETHIOPIA Agribusiness Procedures and Opportunities

One of the fastest growing economies in the world.  11% average growth over the past 12 years.  Shared growth: poverty reduction, life expectancy improvement, etc.  Stable economic and political environment.

Ethiopia Foreign Agricultural Investment Country Profile  Published Popular

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Ethiopia Foreign Agricultural Investment Country Profile.pdf

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Ethiopia Foreign Agricultural Investment Country Profile

Ethiopia is one of the fastest growing non-oil dependent countries in Africa. The inflow of foreign direct investment (FDI) rose in 1997 to US$288 million, following political stabilization, but declined in 1998 (US$261 million), 1999 (US$70 million) and year 2000 (US$135 million) as a result of the Eritrean-Ethiopian war. Following the end of conflict, FDI increased rapidly, peaking particularly in 2004 and 2006 at US$545 million.1 The latest estimates place it at US$221 million after decline in 2007 and 2008.

Ethiopia Investment Guide 2017  Published Popular

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Ethiopia Investment Guide 2017.pdf

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Ethiopia Investment Guide 2017

The Ethiopian Government has formulated and started the implementation of the second five year Growth and Transformation Plan (GTP), to carry forward the important strategic directions to maintaining a fast growing economy in all sectors.

Ethiopia Investment Policies and Incentives and opportunities  Published Popular

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Ethiopia Investment Policies and Incentives and opportunities.pdf

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Ethiopia Investment Policies and Incentives and opportunities

Ethiopia envisions to become a middle income country and leading manufacturing hub in Africa by2025.

Ethiopia – A Preferred Investment Destination in Africa  Published Popular

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Ethiopia – A Preferred Investment Destination in Africa.pdf

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Ethiopia – A Preferred Investment Destination in Africa

Ethiopia offers a remarkable competitive advantage for manufacturing industries dueto:- abundance of high-quality industrial raw materials;- large pool of trainable work force available at competitive wages;- cheapest energy rate on a global standard;- geographic proximity and access to key markets; and- government facilitation of efficiency-enhancing investment solutions includingindustrial parks that are ready for ‘plug and play’.

Ethiopian Investment Agency Factor Costs  Published Popular

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Ethiopian Investment Agency - Factor Costs.pdf

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Ethiopian Investment Agency   Factor Costs

The Ethiopian investment Agency (EIA) regularly issues a publication on factor costs inthe country with the aim to assist investors in the preparation of investment projects.

Ethiopian Investment Agency Investment Opportunity Profile for Cotton Production and ginning  Published Popular

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Ethiopian Investment Agency Investment Opportunity Profile for Cotton Production and ginning.pdf

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Ethiopian Investment Agency Investment Opportunity Profile for Cotton Production and ginning

Ethiopia is believed to be one of the origins of cotton, and cotton cultivation is deep-rooted in the history of the country’s agriculture. Cotton is one of the major cash crops in Ethiopia and is extensively grown in the lowlands under large-scale irrigation schemes. It is also grown on small-scale farms under rain-fed agriculture.

Ethiopia’s Agriculture Sector Policy and Investment Framework (2010–2020) External Mid term Review  Published Popular

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Ethiopia’s Agriculture Sector Policy and Investment Framework (2010–2020). External Mid-term Review.pdf

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Ethiopia’s Agriculture Sector Policy and Investment Framework (2010–2020)  External Mid term Review

This mid-term review (MTR) of the Agriculture Sector Policy and Investment Framework (PIF), 2010 to 2020, was undertaken at the end of the first five years of its implementation; this was also the period for the first Growth and Transformation Plan (GTPI).

Ethiopia’s experience in reconciling foreign direct investment with small hold farming  Published Popular

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Ethiopia’s experience in reconciling foreign direct investment with small hold farming.pdf

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Ethiopia’s experience in reconciling foreign direct investment with small hold farming

Ethiopia is a country with quite social, political andeconomic stability.

Factors Determining Private Investment in Ethiopia  Published Popular

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Factors Determining Private Investment in Ethiopia.pdf

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Factors Determining Private Investment in Ethiopia

This paper attempts to identify the macroeconomic variables determining privateinvestment using a time series data over the period 1975 to 1998. In addition to this,faced with two apparently different periods both in ideology and policy –orientationover the period, to see the performance of macroeconomic variables performanceafter post-reform period in general, private investment trend in particular incomparison with pre 1992 will be reviewed at length.

Foreign Direct Investment and Knowledge Diffusion in Poor Locations Evidence from Ethiopia  Published Popular

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Foreign Direct Investment and Knowledge Diffusion in Poor Locations- Evidence from Ethiopia.pdf

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Foreign Direct Investment and Knowledge Diffusion in Poor Locations  Evidence from Ethiopia

We quantify Foreign direct investment (FDI) spillovers by comparing changes intotal factor productivity (TFP) among domestic plants in “treated” districts that attracteda large greenfield FDI plant and “untreated” districts where greenfield FDI was licensedbut not yet operational.

Foreign direct investment in the agricultural sector in Ethiopia  Published Popular

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Foreign direct investment in the agricultural sector in Ethiopia.pdf

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Foreign direct investment in the agricultural sector in Ethiopia

Global Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) inflows rose in 2007, after four consecutive years of growth, by 30% to reach $1,833 billion, well above the previous all-time high set in 2000 (UNCTAD, 2008). Especially in developing countries FDI inflows reached their highest level ever ($500 billion) – a 21% increase over 2006. The least developed countries (LDCs) attracted $13 billion worth of FDI in 2007 – also a record high (UNCTAD, 2008).

Foreign Investment in Agricultural Production Opportunities and Challenges  Published Popular

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Foreign Investment in Agricultural Production- Opportunities and Challenges.pdf

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Foreign Investment in Agricultural Production  Opportunities and Challenges

The recent surge in food and fuel prices has prompted countries with high dependence on food imports to try and lock in future food supplies through direct investment in agricultural production in other countries.

Guide to Doing Business and Investing In Ethiopia  Published Popular

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Guide to Doing Business and Investing In Ethiopia.pdf

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Guide to Doing Business and Investing In Ethiopia

Since 1991, successive Ethiopian administrations have shown theircommitment to transforming the country’s economy.The early 2000s saw this commitment further strengthened and,since then, the country has sustained growth rates of about 11 percent per year.

Household livelihoods and increasing foreign investment pressure in Ethiopia’s natural forests  Published Popular

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Household livelihoods and increasing foreign investment pressure in Ethiopia’s natural forests.pdf

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Household livelihoods and increasing foreign investment pressure in Ethiopia’s natural forests

Foreign investment in Ethiopia’s forestry sector is currently limited, but agricultural investmentsthat affect forests — largely through forest clearing — are commonplace. We describe the natureof forest investments and outline the challenges and opportunities associated with implementingthem.

Impact of Foreign Direct Investment on Economic growth of Ethiopia A Time Series Empirical Analysis, 1974 2011  Published Popular

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Impact of Foreign Direct Investment on Economic growth of Ethiopia- A Time Series Empirical Analysis, 1974-2011.pdf

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Impact of Foreign Direct Investment on Economic growth of Ethiopia  A Time Series Empirical Analysis, 1974 2011

This paper measures the impact of foreign direct investment (FDI) on economic growth in Ethiopia based on annual time series data over the period 1974 to 2011. It in particular examines how FDI affects GDP growth, both directly and also conditioning on trade liberalization that Ethiopia adopted in early 1990s.

Impacts of Land Certification on Tenure Security, Investment, and Land Markets  Published Popular

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Impacts of Land Certification on Tenure Security, Investment, and Land Markets.pdf

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Impacts of Land Certification on Tenure Security, Investment, and Land Markets

While early attempts at land titling in Africa were often unsuccessful, the need to secure land rightshas kindled renewed interest, in view of increased demand for land, a range of individual and communalrights available under new laws, and reduced costs from combining information technology withparticipatory methods.

Indian and Chinese FDI in Ethiopia Nature, Impact, and Challenges  Published Popular

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Indian and Chinese FDI in Ethiopia- Nature, Impact, and Challenges.pdf

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Indian and Chinese FDI in Ethiopia  Nature, Impact, and Challenges

This paper discusses the nature, impact, and consequences of Indian and Chinese foreign direct investment in Ethiopia. This growing economic engagement has also been analyzed in the broader purview of South-South cooperation.