Posts Tagged ‘Ethiopian’

About 200 containers of imports at stake

(HornTrade) – About 200 containers of Ethiopian imports are at stake at the Hong Kong waters, as the vessel on which they are loaded is in danger after the ship struck an underwater object and later berthed at the port of Hong Kong for a month now.

The Singapore-registered vessel, Kota Kado, hit a snug while transiting the strait between the Miaowan and Beijing islands, with over 1500 containers and twenty-two crew members on board. The vessel was supposed to call at the port of Djibouti days ago as its final destination, according to informed sources. Read the rest of this entry »

Kenyan green group seeks ban on Ethiopian power

(HornTrade) – A Kenyan conservation group has appealed to the nation’s high court to prevent the government and an energy company from buying power produced by the vast Gibe 111 hydropower dam in neighbouring Ethiopia.

Ethiopia hopes the 1.4 billion euro project will nearly double its power generation capacity, currently just under 2,000 MW, end power cuts at home and allow the Horn of Africa nation to export electricity. Read the rest of this entry »