Ethiopian Business Review

Ethiopian Business Review

Ethiopian Business Review

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Currently, Ethiopia is striving to construct 30 industrial parks in the next two years, as shortcut to cope with late industrialization. However, Birhanu Gizaw (PhD), who has been an industrial engineer both in the academic and private sector for 30 years, the last 15 of which he has spent in Germany, boldly argues that Ethiopia needs to revise its industrialization policy. He argues industrialization is about a fundamental change in mentality, and manufacturing products and technology that simplify the life of each and every citizen, rural and urban alike.  Currently, he is developing a technology park in collaboration with Jimma University, the first of its kind. In addition he is a lecturer at the Addis Ababa institute of Technology, and is chairperson for the Society of Electrical Engineers.  He recently sat down with EBR’s Ashenafi Endale to discuss the country’s industrial efforts. The following is an excerpt:

Loretta Lynch (1959-Present)

Friday, 16 November 2018 00:00 Published in Quote

“When suspicion and hostility is allowed to fester, it can erupt into unrest.”

Loretta Lynch (1959-Present)

She was the 83rd Attorney General of the United States from 2015 to 2017 during the Presidency of Barack Obama.


7th Year • Nov.16 - Dec. 15 2018 • No. 68


 

 

From the Horse’s Mouth

Friday, 16 November 2018 03:00 Published in Quote

If there is any structural transformation we have achieved over the past six months, it is the reform in the army.

He said this during a discussion with high level officers of the armed forces of Ethiopia. “We did not only change the Ministry, but also the mission it stood for. It is a change that we are proud of.”

Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed (PhD)


 7th Year • Nov.16 - Dec. 15 2018 • No. 68