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ETV News - PM Meles Zenawi speaks at the 13th Ethiopian Pastoralists Day in Jinka


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ETV News - PM Meles Zenawi speaks at the 13th Ethiopian Pastoralists Day in Jinka


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Posted: by [8f72a40d] Who is this(2012-08-24 03:32)
Isu mechenew min keberuti Ato melese zenawi ?
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Posted: by commenter (2011-10-01 05:05)
GO MALSE ALL THE TIME WE WILL FOLLWE YOU NO RETRITE
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Posted: by commenter (2011-01-26 07:35)
They never get tired of laying. 18 years oh God !
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Posted: by commenter (2011-01-25 17:33)
Oromya region Borena Zone I love this term.
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Posted: by commenter (2011-01-25 13:59)
Meles the killer!
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Posted: by commenter (2011-01-25 13:51)
“The Ethiopian government, one of the most economically illiterate in the modern world...." - The Economist

"The fact is that for all the aid money and Chinese loans coming in, Ethiopia's economy is neither growing fast enough nor producing enough jobs. The number of jobs created by flowers is insignificant beside an increase in population of about 2m a year, one of the fastest rates in Africa.... The government claims that the economy has been growing at an impressive 10% a year since 2003-04, but the real figure is probably more like 5-6%, which is little more than the average for sub-Saharan Africa. And even that modestly improved rate, with a small building boom in Addis Ababa, for instance, has led to the overheating of the economy, with inflation moving up to 19% earlier this year before the government took remedial action. The reasons for this economic crawl are not hard to find. Beyond the government-directed state, funded substantially by foreign aid, there is--almost uniquely in Africa--virtually no private-sector business at all"

"The IMF estimates that in 2005-06 the share of private investment in the country was just 11%, nearly unchanged since Mr Zenawi took over in the early 1990s. That is partly a reflection of the fact that, despite some privatisation since the centralised Marxist days of the Derg, large areas of the economy remain government monopolies, closed off to private business. This is where Ethiopia misses out badly. Take telecoms. While the rest of Africa has been virtually transformed in just a few years by a revolution in mobile telephony, Ethiopia stumbles along with its inept and useless government-run services.... There is no official unemployment rate, but youth unemployment, some experts reckon, may be as high as 70%. All those graduates coming out of state-run universities will find it very hard to get jobs. The mood of the young is often restless and despairing; many dream of moving abroad.... Just as the government is slowing the pace of economic expansion for fear that individuals may accumulate wealth and independence, so it is failing to move fast enough from a one-party state to a modern, pluralist democracy. Again, the reason may be that it is afraid to..."
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Posted: by commenter (2011-01-25 13:04)
Meles the killer. When is he going to die and we have peace and freedom in that country?
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Posted: by commenter (2011-01-25 12:47)
Nice! Go PM Meles, we all are with you!
Long Live PM Meles


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