Ethiopian Business Review

Injera, the spongy flatbread that’s central to Ethiopian cuisine, has been a staple within Ethiopia for centuries. But now, many companies have started to produce the food item for consumers in Ethiopia and abroad. Companies like Mama Fresh Injera have gained worldwide popularity for providing the popular dish for food lovers around the world. However, as EBR’s Yoseph Mekonnen reports, the government has been having difficulties to establish and enforce standards for the production and distribution of injera, which may pose problems as it gains increased popularity worldwide.

Wednesday, 10 December 2014 09:00
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Though Ethiopia boasts a relatively impressive amount of exportable goods compared with other sub-Saharan countries, analysts say exports aren’t reaching their full potential.  Logistical barriers stand on the way of Ethiopia reaching its full capacity as a potential exporting powerhouse among African nations. EBR takes a closer look at why this is the case and what can be done to fix it.

Monday, 15 September 2014 03:00
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Economic trends demonstrate that Ethiopia is going the way of smart phones. Increasingly smartphones are becoming popular among the public as economic growth becomes more robust. Yet, what does the trend towards smart phones really mean for Ethiopia’s economy? Are these devices merely status symbols or are they indicative of larger socio-economic trends?

Friday, 15 August 2014 03:00
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