THE World Bank cut its forecast for global growth this year. According to its semi-annual Global Economic Prospects report,[i] released today in Washington, the world economy will expand 3 % in 2015, down from a projection of 3.4 % in June.[ii]
THE Government of Eritrea and the European Union (EU) today concluded an agreement here in the capital regarding the installation of solar energy electricity facility in Areza and Mai-Dima sub-zones, Southern Region.
THE African Development Bank (AFDB) has released the second quarter 2014 socio-economic development Bulletin across the African continent providing a summary information on the previous quarter’s major developments across the sub-region for which data are available on a timely basis.
The quarterly Bulletin focusing on East Africa is produced by country economists and country program officers of the African Development Bank Group’s (AfDB) East Africa Regional Resource Center (EARC), Nairobi, Kenya. The publication covers thirteen countries including Burundi, Comoros, Djibouti, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Kenya, Rwanda, Seychelles, Somalia, South Sudan1, Sudan, Tanzania, and Uganda. Continue reading AFDB Second Quarter Socioeconomic Report on Eritrea→
ETHIOPIA, the land of Emperor Haile Selassie, is a land of many lands and a kingdom of many kingdoms. Ethiopia is now a landlocked country located at the north-eastern part of Africa (the horn of Africa).