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Ethiopia Pushes Privatization to Give Its Economy a Sugar Rush
The government needs to boost the economy to deal with dwindling exports and growing foreign debt.
Egypt, Ethiopia, Sudan Agree to U.S.-Brokered Deal Over Nile Dam
Egypt, Ethiopia and Sudan said they reached an agreement on the operation of a giant dam on a Nile tributary, a sign of easing tensions in the region.
This year, India’s power plants may consume less coal for the first time in a decade
The fall began in August and worsened over the next two months.
U.S. Treasury Calls Ethiopia, Egypt and World Bank to Nile Talks
The U.S. Treasury invited Ethiopia and Egypt for talks, part of growing international efforts to quell a dispute over a giant dam that’s being built on the Nile River.
Serbia Moves to Ban Hydro Plants in National Parks After Outrage
Serbia has vowed to end the building of small hydro plants in its national parks and other protected areas after protests by environmentalists and farmers.