Ethiopia is the oldest independent country in Africa, and is among the most stable countries in the region. The 2012 peaceful transition of power to a new Prime Minister has proven the stability of Ethiopia's multi-party political system and parliamentarian form of government.
Security in Ethiopia has been ranked 55th out of 148 countries by the World Economic Forum (Global Competitiveness Report, 2013-2014), well above most of its regional peers such as South Africa (109th), Kenya (131st), and Nigeria (142nd). In fact, Ethiopia ranked 36th and 38th globally in business costs of crime and violence, and organized crime.
The Ethiopian Egyptian Business Council (EEBC) is a non-profit, member-based... Read More