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Publisher:Global Village Publishing




Magazine Description: “‘Best of Ethiopia’ offers a vision of the country’s future whilst profiling its past and progress.”
This serves as a promotion and showcase of the country and its vast opportunities - sharing the best of Ethiopian business, agriculture, industry, governance and tourism to the world.”

Located in the Horn of Africa, Ethiopia is an ancient and fascinating land. Its history and heritage are rich and her people are deeply rooted in religion and culture. The landscape offers stark variations between arid plains, mountains and pasture land. As an agrarian yet rapidly developing nation, Ethiopia is constantly diversifying and implementing improvements in ease-of-business and governance.

Home to the African Union and various other high level international organisations including the Pan African Chamber of Commerce and Industry (PACCI), Ethiopia is viewed as a pinnacle of diplomacy in Africa and had good relations with a vast majority of nations with which it interacts. As Africa’s oldest independent country and holding Africa’s second largest population, Ethiopia is one of Africa’s fasted growing non-oil economies.

It is at this exciting time of development and growth that we capture the spirit of Ethiopia in the inaugural edition of ‘Best of Ethiopia’. It is only through the stories of the people and their successes that the whole picture can be shared. Although suffering numerous periods of drought, the Ethiopian people have repeatedly proven their resilience. This inspiring characteristic of the nation has seemingly cultivated a spirit of industry and entrepreneurship, kindled by the pride of her people.

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