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Gov't. to boost sugar production five-fold
By Bruck Shewareged
The Ethiopia government has allocated a huge amount of money in order to raise sugar production five-fold in the next five years, according to the Ministry of Finance and Economic Development (MOFED).
In an explanatory note submitted to the House of Peoples' Representatives which discussed on ratification of credit agreement between the Ethiopian government and the Export-Import Bank of India, the ministry said that the government had embarked on establishing new sugar plants and on expanding the existing ones.
When completed, the sugar factories will have an aggregate output of 1.5 million tons of sugar compared to the current production which stands at 280-300 tons annually.
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Keep up the good work !!
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five years from now ethiopia will be producing over 3000mw power, have millions of hectars of irrigated land like these ones, a better road network and infrastracture and many more things to come…keep it up
A fake promise as usual
Please take Tamirat Layne away from the this tasty stuff.
That is my man!!!!!!!!
don’t forget to finish the Gilgel iii then
Is it really 280-300 tons annually or 280-300 thousands annually?
[I think it is the latter]
good job! We support good doings like this and we protest any evil attempt on our people! that is what we need to stand fo
good job. People on top should open their eyes and see things this way to make history. Try not to be rememeberd by your evil did.
Did not Weyannes IMPORTED SUGER from EGYPTE a couple monthes ago? I heard that TEFF is Available in Asmara half a price . Weyannes are Exporting TEFF to shabia in Blackmarket.
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