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ECX: A Golden Decade Journey
Ethiopia’s urban development en route the agricultural resilience, led to economic triumph facing the subsistence restriction in the sector. Eradicating the barriers however, has had its course in the trade market. For consecutive years, in-depth researches and analytical marketing strategy striving to recognize the rural environment, farmers, crop production and its souk surfaced on a connection entail forming bonds with major key players of the sector. Commodity exchange brought buyers and sellers to one trade line.

Ethiopian Aviation Academy (EAA) is the largest and state-of- the art aviation academy in Africa. Ethiopian Aviation Academy is a world class Aviation Training Center equipped with modern and best in class training equipment and technology offering full range of Aviation Training Programs.
In February 2018, the Academy got the recognition by Aviation Voice, a global aviation news provider engaged in ranking of aviation training centers all over the world.

In bringing together all 54 African countries with a combined GDP of more than US$ 3.4 trillion, the Continental Free Trade Agreement is an ambitious project that will connect more than one billion people to a variety of cross-continental goods and services through enhanced trade facilitation and greater movement of people and investments.

In recent years, there has been a giant leap forward in making Ethiopia ‘African Lion’ economy. According to the World Bank, in 2017 the country’s economy is the most expansive on the continent for the year followed by Tanzania, Ivory Coast and Senegal. The country’s GDP has also grown at around 10 percent per annum in the last decade and this trend show no signs of stopping. Presently, high flying foreign companies are engaging in various investment opportunities in the country. Sika Abyssinia, part of Swiss Group Sika AG, is one of the foreign companies investing in Ethiopia. The company has invested in the construction sector and recently inaugurated its first production facility in Ethiopia. ABN spoke to Petrisor Grindeanu, the General Manager of the company about the investment opportunities and challenges in the sector and status of the company.