Ethiopia: The Schulze Global Investments level with Those of Singapore

Addis Ababa (HAN) March 14, 2015– Regional Infrastructure Investment News. The Ethiopian Foreign minister Dr. Tedros has talks with Gabriel Schulze, Chairman and CEO of Schulze Global Investments

Dr. Tedros met with Mr. Gabriel Schulze, founder, Chairman and CEO of Schulze Global Investments. Discussions covered sector-specific investment opportunities, the maximizing of investment inflows and future regional trade and investment opportunities in the East African region.

Dr. Tedros discussed developments in Ethiopia’s industrial parks, its health system and the overall development of the country as well as its investment opportunities. He also detailed the future market and trade potential of the region pointing out that the ground had been laid for economic integration between Ethiopia and Djibouti during the recent High Level Joint Ministerial Commission Meeting.

The Ethiopian Foreign minister Dr. Tedros said Ethiopia and Djibouti are building telecom, rail, power, water infrastructures and other links as well as developing the integration of customs clearance visas and other areas. Mr. Schulze said that Ethiopia was a most stable and highly recommended country for private equity investment.

He noted the similarities of the development of the Ethiopian industrial parks with those of Singapore’s and expressed his wish to work in collaboration with the government to build more such parks for investors coming to Ethiopia, which, he said, offered a large potential market for investment.

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