Monthly Archives: December 2015
If the past has taught businesses anything about disasters it’s to be prepared for the worst-case scenario. From severe weather patterns to the human element, bad things can happen without provocation or notice. Your business should always have a plan of action in the event of an emergency. While fire escape routes are nice to hang on the walls, you may need to have better safety procedures for other dangerous circumstances. Professionals in the field of emergency preparedness, such as Catherine Hooper, have outlined custom plans for almost any situation. As keeping employees safe should be a priority for any business owner, you may want to incorporate some of these plans.
The giant cliffs and magnificent rock formations of Mount Gheralta found in northern Ethiopia will take your breath away with its stunning landscape. The natural allure, stone-built villages and rock-hewn churches are definitely worth visiting.
Compared to its counterparts in Sub-Saharan Africa which are growing by 5.4% on average, Ethiopia’s economy has continued to register growth with its gross domestic product (GDP) growing by an average of 10.9% in the past decade. It is shifting its priority to industry economic policy to sustain its growth.
Ethiopia has several sophisticated ancient hotels that have breathtaking views and unique architectural designs. These accommodations showcase on site art gallery featuring works from local ancient artists. The historical hotels offer ancient yet modern accommodations, exquisite local and international cuisine and cozy spa treatments reminiscent of a royal treatment. Jovago, the largest hotel booking website highlighted the local and international favorite establishments in Ethiopia.
December showcases fall in cement and clinker FOB prices in Med Basin, Persian Gulf – Arabian Sea and East Africa
Prices continue to trend negatively for cement, according to the CW Research’s December update to Med Basin, Persian Gulf – Arabian Sea and East Africa Cement and Clinker price assessment.
As more international companies make way for Ethiopia’s mineral wealth, the country opened its door to license more than 250 companies to excavate its natural treasures. The government is offering a variety of incentives to attract investors, including tax holidays, import-duty exemptions, lower royalty levels and guarantees on selling rights.
For the first time, an alliance of Heads of State from France, Germany, Mexico, Chile, Ethiopia and Canada have joined hands to urge countries and companies around the globe to put a price on carbon pollution. Speaking before more than 500 people at the climate talks, the leaders of six countries stood on stage calling for global support.