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The Ethio-Czech business discussion and business to business (B2B) meeting were held at the Hilton Addis yesterday. 


The discussion was sorted out by the Addis Ababa Chamber of Commerce and Embassy of the Czech Republic, as per the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. 


In excess of 75 Ethiopian and Czech organizations have taken an interest in the discussion that targets pulling in remote direct (FDI) speculation and reinforcing business linkages. 


In his introduction, Ethiopia's State Minister of Foreign Affairs, Dr. Aklilu Hailemichael said directing such sorts of discussions will help further fortify the financial and political relations between the two nations. 


Dr. Aklilu likewise noticed a few points that can make Ethiopia a most loved goal for speculation, exchange and the travel industry. 


The State Minister said Ethiopia eyes in pulling in FDI and he encouraged Czech business people to put resources into the Ethiopian government need zones for venture agribusiness, agro-preparing, the travel industry, and data innovation parts. 


The Czech Republic Foreign Affairs Minister Tomáš Petříček as far as it matters for him said "the business Forum would be key in reinforcing the financial linkage between the two nations." 


"It would likewise be imperative to participate in the vitality, farming, protection industry, and avionics and data innovation segments," he included. 


"Considering the solid political, monetary and social relations between the two nations, the degree of exchange is low," President of Addis Ababa Chamber of Commerce Mesenbet Shenkute said and "it needs to develop through sorting out such business gatherings."

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