IMF’s Shinohara highlights Ethiopia’s economic challenges


International Monetary Fund deputy managing director Naoyuki Shinohara visited Ethiopia at the beginning of March to meet senior officials and discuss the economic challenges the country faces.

Shinohara said he was "impressed by the authorities' strong determination to transform Ethiopia into a vibrant middle-income economy".

"There has been significant progress over the past 10 years towards putting in place sound and sustainable economic policies to deliver robust growth," he said. "Most

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