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Ministry of Transport : at a Glance 

  • Responsible to govern and promote the expansion of transport and logistics services;
  • Responsible to establish and implement regulatory framework to guarantee the provision of reliable and safe transport services
  • Ethiopia recently ratified the National transport Policy and the National Logistics Policies;
  • Ethiopia recently ratified the National transport Policy and the National Logistics Policies;
  • The Ministry recently finalized 10 years perspective plan of the sector;
  • The council of Ministers has approved the National Logistics Strategy;
  • The recently revised Investment regulation no. 474/2020 opens room for the local and foreign investors to take active part in the transport sector;

  •  The ministry has 10 accountable institutions mandated with various responsibilities and closely work with all regional and city administrations for the smooth functioning of the transport and logistics sectors.

Maritime and Logistics Sector

Road Infrastructure Sector

Road Transport Sector

Railway Sector

Aviation Sector

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In our country the transport sector is a large working environment in which the road transport, air transport, marine transport and rail transport are functional. However, the dominant mode of transport is road transport, having a share of 90% in transporting passenger and cargo transports across the country.

Why Invest in Ethiopia?

An average of about 11% annual GDP growth for the last 14 years. 
‌The fastest-growing economy in the world during the same period (World Bank Global Economic Prospects) .
‌46% growth in FDI inflow-one of the most dynamic and largest FDI recipients in Africa (UNCTAD World Investment Report, 2017) 

‌Ethiopia is ranked 57th, better than its regional peers (Kenya, Rwanda and South Africa), for its conducive macroeconomic environment (World Economic Forum, Global Competitiveness Report, 2017-2018) Recognized by UNCTAD for promoting investment in the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) Recognized by the World Bank through its “Star Reformer Award” for Ethiopia’s outstanding performance on investment policy reform and promotion Stable and conducive macroeconomic environment. 

‌Stable and positive economic outlook forecasts of more than 7% projected by IMF and the African Development Bank, placing Ethiopia among the world’s growth leaders over the medium term.

With a population of more than 99.75 million people and a rapidly growing middle-class society, Ethiopia is the second-largest market in Africa and is also part of the Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA) comprising 19-member countries and over 400 million people;

 Ethiopia is also a diplomatic capital of Africa, home to key international organizations such as the African Union (AU) and the UNECA, and plays major role in bridging the link between Africa and the rest of the world;

‌Geo-politically, the country is located at equi-distance from the world and close to the middle east market, making her an ideal investment center in the region;

Ethiopia is also the main aviation epicenter for Africa and the home of Ethiopian Airlines, which has won repeated recognition as the best airline in Africa.

The country revealed its readiness to reform the investment environment in terms of revising the Investment regulation no. 474/2020 and improving the contract enforcement, paying taxes, registering property and custom clearing resulted in a the flourishing business environment.

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