The European Business Council for Africa and the Mediterranean

The Week of 8 – 15 September 2017


International Crisis Group: Preventing War. Shaping Peace.
Commentary: Libya, Cameroon
Video: Libya
Interviews: Libya, Mali
Upcoming Events: Europe and its Neighbourhood 2017 – Conflict Prevention and Crisis Management in the 21st Century, The Mediterranean: Europe’s Frontline with Africa
Quotes: Cameroon, Nigeria, Chad, Somalia
Careers: London, Brussels, Somalia, Gulf

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The Week of 1 – 8 September 2017

Reports: Africa
Statements: Kenya
CrisisWatch: August Edition
Commentary: Chad
Interviews: Mali, Kenya, DR Congo
Upcoming Events: Europe and its Neighbourhood 2017 – Conflict Prevention and Crisis Management in the 21st Century, The Mediterranean: Europe’s Frontline with Africa
Quotes: Libya, Nigeria, Kenya, Cameroon
Careers: Brussels, Somalia, Gulf

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The Week of 4 – 11 August 2017
Statement: Kenya
Commentaries: Counter-terrorism, Korean Peninsula, Iran, Kenya
Interviews: Nagorno-Karabakh, Israel/Palestine, Cameroon, Libya
Upcoming Events: Europe and its Neighbourhood 2017 – Conflict Prevention and Crisis Management in the 21st Century, The Mediterranean: Europe’s Frontline to Africa
Quotes: Korean Peninsula, Israel/Palestine, Sri Lanka, Kenya, Venezuela, Iran
Careers: Brussels, North America, Iran, Somalia, Gulf, Russia

 

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The Week of 25 August – 1 September 2017

Newly Translated Report: Maghreb
Commentaries: Burundi
Interviews: Cameroon
Upcoming Events: Europe and its Neighbourhood 2017 – Conflict Prevention and Crisis Management in the 21st Century, The Mediterranean: Europe’s Frontline with Africa
Quotes: Kenya, Cameroon, Somalia, Zimbabwe
Careers: London, Brussels, Somalia, North America, Gulf

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The Week of 18 – 25 August 2017

Newly Translated Report: Libya
Interviews: Burkina Faso, Zimbabwe
Upcoming Events: Europe and its Neighbourhood 2017 – Conflict Prevention and Crisis Management in the 21st Century, The Mediterranean: Europe’s Frontline to Africa
Quotes: Egypt, Morocco, Nigeria, Zimbabwe
Careers: London, Brussels, Somalia, North America, Gulf

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The Week of 28 July – 4 August
Reports: Cameroon, Libya
CrisisWatch: July Edition
Commentary:  Horn of Africa/Gulf, Kenya,
Interviews:  Mali
Upcoming Events: Europe and its Neighbourhood 2017 – Conflict Prevention and Crisis Management in the 21st Century, The Mediterranean: Europe’s Frontline to Africa
Quotes: Kenya,  Libya, Nigeria
Careers: North America, Iran, Gulf, Russia

 

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In the fiscal year 2016-2017, Ethiopia attracted 886,800 tourists (up from 468,000 in 2010), generating 3.32 billions of dollars in revenues and creating 297,000 jobs in the sector.

Ethiopia has "a very interesting touristic profile" with plenty of historical and natural attractions and nine UNESCO-protected historical sites. The capital city, and its National Museum which exposes Lucy also attract many tourists.

The government wants Ethiopia to become the 5th tourism destination in Africa, but also plans to use the tourism sector to accelerate the development of the economy, along with a rapid industrialization and other fast-growing sectors such as light industry and agro-processing.

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17 Aug, 2017 - Nigeria’s railway pipe dreams?

16 Aug, 2017 - Africa’s story will not be told in foreign movies

14 Aug, 2017 - Kenya’s election illustrates Africa’s growing economic resilience

11 Aug, 2017 - Democracy in Africa gets a health check

10 Aug, 2017 - Has Africa underestimated the Fall Armyworm?

 

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