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Khat in Somaliland: economic cure or curse?

In Somaliland the narcotic plant khat forms the basis of an industry that generates jobs, income for the government, export revenue for Ethiopia – and much criticism. …

Somaliland entices tourists

The quasi-independent region of Somaliland is trying to market itself as a tourist destination. …

Somaliland’s ‘unsung heroes’

Cut off from most international assistance, entrepreneurs in Somaliland have built the would-be country’s economy from scratch. …

Ethiopia: Enters the space age

Ethiopia has joined a handful of African countries that have space observatories and are developing space science seriously.…

Ethiopia: Smell the roasted coffee!

Raw coffee has traditionally been Ethiopia’s main export commodity but, as James Jeffrey, finds out, modern Ethiopians have acquired what seems an insatiable taste for roasted coffee.

Having your cake and eating it

The accepted wisdom is that you can’t have economic growth and mitigate against climate change at the same time.

Ethiopia: The battle of the brewers

Ethiopia, one of the fastest growing countries in Africa, has become the arena of fierce competition among multinational beverage companies slugging it out for a bigger share of an expanding market.…

In conversation: Eleni Gabre-Madhin

With her new company, Eleni Gabre-Madhin aims to take the commodity exchange momentum that started with the Ethiopian Commodity Exchange, to the rest of Africa.…

Ethiopia: Can free be too expensive?

A US non-profit organisation aims to become a self-sustainable business selling condoms in Ethiopia, but it’s encountering competition from some unlikely and even well-intentioned sources.…