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The Ethiopian Telecommunications Corporation (ETC),which is state owned,is the sole telecom service provider in the country. The Corpora tion provides national and international telecommunication services using Satellite, Mirco-wave Digital Radio Multi Access System (DRMAS), VSAT, UHF, VHF, long Line and HF Radio.The number of fixed and mobile telephone subscribers increased by 40 percent and 62 percent, respec tively,in the last few years. At present, the provision of SIM cards has been leased to private businesses…
Ethiopia has enormous potential for hydropower and geothermal energy generation. Several studies have so far been carried out to identify Ethiopia's energy potential and to develop short, medium and long-term investment plans for the power sector.The country's hydropower potential is estimated at 45,000 MW and the potential for generating electricity from geothermal is about 5,000 MW. The country is also endowed with enormous potentials of other renewable energy sources like solar and wind, particularly in…
It is an undeniable f act that Ethiopia has made a considerable progress in economic and social development since 1 992 as a result of the implementation of favorable policies and strategies that are instrumental in improving the national economy. The Rural Development Policy and Strategy, the Industrial Development Strategy, and other sectoral policies and strategies have initiated a new push towards creating frameworks conducive to economic and social development.The Rural Development Policy and Strategy,…
In order to enhance the export sector, the Government has established the Ethiopia Commodity Exchange (ECX). ECX is a marketplace where buyers and sellers come together to trade, assured of quality, delivery and payment. ECX assures all commodity market players the security they need in the market through providing a secure and reliable end-to-end system for handling, grading, and storing commodities, matching offers and bids for commodity transactions, and a risk-free payment and goods delivery…
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