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Written by Ben   
Sunday, 07 March 2010 10:40

Editor's Note: It is very sad to read that Ethiopian National Team gave-up a tournament due to lack of cash. I really don't understand how the federation cannot solicit sponsorship to cover their cost. This is beyond my wildest imagination. For me this is purely lack of commitment from the federation side. If they're not up to the job, I wonder why they don't resign and pass the task for qualified people! By the way, what is Ministry of Sport and Youth doing? Shame . . . shame . . . shame!

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  • Addis Ababa Doubling in Size Gives Africa Another Hub
    Ethiopia, Africa's fastest-growing economy, is looking to its capital to help sustain an expansion that averaged more than 10 percent a year in the past decade. Planners predict the population of Addis Ababa and five satellite towns will more than double by 2040 to 8.1 million, highlighting United Nations estimates that Africa's global share of urban dwellers will double to 20 percent in the ...
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    Kenya and Ethiopia, home to some of Africa's largest transport hubs, said Thursday they had boosted measures to combat possible Ebola cases arriving in their countries. Kenya's National Disaster Operation Centre said in a statement that "port health services are on standby, with enhanced screening at border points to prevent and contain any possible disease threat". Meanwhile Ethiopia Airlines ...
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Ethiopia's Economy Grows 10.6 Per Cent Annually Since 2004

"The growth over the last nine years was far beyond the growth rates recorded in aggregate terms for sub-Saharan Africa which was 5.2 per cent, less than half of Ethiopia's average real GDP (gross domestic product) growth rate during that period,"

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