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ETHIOPIA: helpless victim of twin evils—double-digit inflation and illicit financial outflows

14 Dec

By Keffyalew Gebremedhin

This article deals with two issues. The first part discusses the new data on inflation that was released Tuesday morning and therein too the failure of government to get a handle on the problems and the adverse consequences thereon to the lives of ordinary citizens and the country’s economic future. It also offers suggestions to help address structural problems of the economy and also of the need to free it from all sorts of shackles, as possible ways out of the current morass.
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Tahrir Square is aiming at rolling another head

23 Nov

By Keffyalew Gebremedhin

Today, thousands of Egyptians thronged in the historic Tahrir Square with fury to vent their anger and utter distrust of the once adored Supreme Council of the Armed Forces (SCAF), which took power after Mubarak was pushed out of office in February 2011.
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