AF spends $50M to upgrade Ethiopian airport
The Air Force is reportedly spending up to $50 million to upgrade an airport in southern Ethiopia, a crucial ally in an unstable region. Military and diplomatic officials have long warned about the danger of Somalia, whose fledgling government battles warlords and Islamist militias for control over land. Al-Shabaab, a group that has pledged loyalty to al-Qaida Read More
South Sudan in landslide vote for independence
South Sudan voted overwhelmingly to declare its independence in final results of a referendum made public on Monday, opening the door to Africa's newest state and a fresh period of uncertainty for the fractured region. A total of 98.83 percent of voters from Sudan's oil- producing south chose to secede from the north. Read More
Adama operates most-modern spinning unit in E Africa
Adama Spinning Factory, an ISO 2008:9001 certified company and a subsidiary of Adama Development Plc was established in 2006 and started operations in July 2008. It has facilities to manufacture both, open end and ring spun yarn.
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