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Addis Chamber signed MoU with China Council for the Promotion of Int’l Trade Guangzhou Committee

The agreement will help sharing of business information and opportunities between the two sides, said Mesenbet Shenkute, President of the Addis Ababa Chamber of Commerce and Sectoral Association, after signing the agreement. Many of the 8000 enterprises operating in the Guangzhou province, are willing to come and do business in Ethiopia, said Liu Zew Vice President of the Committee after signing the agreement.

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City Gov’t and Addis Chamber Nod for Partnership and Job creation

By Yidnekachew Alemayehu

The newly elected Board of Directors of the Addis Ababa Chamber of Commerce and Sectoral Associations had talks with the Deputy Mayor of the Addis Ababa City Administration.  Parties have exchanged views aimed to enhancing the existing partnership in areas related to unemployment curbing and promoting trade and investment. During the curtesy call visit, on 30, November, 2018 at the Mayor’s Office, both sides have come to terms  to work jointly on ways of making the city  more business friendly  to the private sector.

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Addis Chamber Signed MoU with Rosario /Argentina/Chamber of Commerce

By Yidnekachew Alemayehu

Argentina  business tender would open up opportunities to Ethiopian businesspeople to explore more markets opportunities and  experiences of the western hemisphere, Said Mesnbet Shenkut, president of the Addis Ababa Chamber of Commerce  and Sectoral Associations after signing a Memorandum of Understanding with the Rosario Chamber of Commerce , 29       November 2018, Addis Ababa.

The MoU would further facilitate  trade and investment in a sustainable manner. The series of political and economic reforms being undertaken by the Ethiopian government are favorable opportunities for doing business with  Ethiopia vis-à-vis the rest of the world. Therefore , Argentine companies should take advantage of the same, said Mesnbet.

‘Now we can start business’ said Lic Guilermo Beccani, President the Rosario Chamber of Commerce after signing the document.  The event marks a turning point in building confidence  among private actors of the two sides, Beccani Added.  Gustavo Teodoro Grippo, Ambassador of the Republic of Argentina to Ethiopia said on the occasion that Argentine companies will offer agricultural machineries, medicines, spare parts, plastic wares and wines to the Ethiopian markets.  Commerce between the two countries has grown 10 folds over the five years. Argentina’s  major cities including Rosario are favorable  market spots for Ethiopian  traditional food and beverage, Grippo noted. The 9-articled MoU, among other things including sharing and dissemination market information and  promoting trade fairs between the two sides.   Corn, Soybeans, Gold Wheat are Argentinian’s major commodities to the world markets, it was noted.