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Investor Mission to Ethiopia

Investor Mission to Ethiopia

december, 2019

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Event Details

Following the success of 2018’s Ethiopia Investor Mission, Invest Africa will be leading another delegation to the country. This investor mission will provide delegates the opportunity to engage with key political stakeholders, and connect with the local leading businesses who are looking to deepen their relationships with foreign investors.

Do contact George Arnold (george.arnold@investafrica.com) to find out more.

Ethiopia Investment Brief

Ethiopia is one of the largest counties in Africa both in terms of size and population. It has also registered growth rates of over 8% for the last 15 years. This sustained growth has driven progress on many key social indicators. Between 2004 and 2018, per capita income increased sixfold, secondary school enrolment rates more than tripled and the mortality rate for the under-fives more than halved. CLICK HERE TO READ >>

Sector Focus: Telecoms

The Ethiopian government’s announcement that it is intending to push ahead with the liberalisation of the country’s telecommunications sector has attracted significant international interest. This includes plans to divest a 49% stake in Ethio Telecom, the state monopoly operator, and to issue two licenses to new multinational operators. CLICK HERE TO READ >>

Time

december 3 (Tuesday) - 5 (Thursday)

Location

Ethiopia

Following the success of 2018’s Ethiopia Investor Mission, Invest Africa will be leading another delegation to the country. This investor mission will provide delegates the opportunity to engage with key political stakeholders, and connect with the local leading businesses who are looking to deepen their relationships with foreign investors.

Do contact George Arnold (george.arnold@investafrica.com) to find out more.

Ethiopia Investment Brief

Ethiopia is one of the largest counties in Africa both in terms of size and population. It has also registered growth rates of over 8% for the last 15 years. This sustained growth has driven progress on many key social indicators. Between 2004 and 2018, per capita income increased sixfold, secondary school enrolment rates more than tripled and the mortality rate for the under-fives more than halved. CLICK HERE TO READ >>

Sector Focus: Telecoms

The Ethiopian government’s announcement that it is intending to push ahead with the liberalisation of the country’s telecommunications sector has attracted significant international interest. This includes plans to divest a 49% stake in Ethio Telecom, the state monopoly operator, and to issue two licenses to new multinational operators. CLICK HERE TO READ >>

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