The Democratic Republic of Ethiopia is a large East African country located in the Horn of Africa. Neighbors include; Sudan, South Sudan, Eritrea, Djibouti, Somalia, Kenya. Area of Ethiopia; 1,106,100 km2; The capital is Addis Ababa.
Cities of Ethiopia
Ethiopia phone code: +251
Ethiopian Currency: Ethiopian Birri
Asmara, Addis Ababa, Dire Litigation, Gonder, Desse, Harar and Mitsiva.
Ethiopia's economy is based on agriculture. 50% of the land of the country is engaged in agriculture. Because the agricultural equipment is very primitive, it is not possible to buy high level products. Wheat, barley, oats, corn, maize and various fruits and vegetables are grown. Besides, Mediterranean products such as cotton, sugarcane and banana are also grown. Grown products meet the needs of the country. Coffee is the most important income-generating export product.
Ethiopia Export Products
Due to the availability of climate and natural conditions, cattle, horses, mules, camels and sheep are fed in large quantities.
The factories in Ethiopia are about weaving, leather, furniture, cement, chemicals and cigarettes. It lacks the energy required for the development of industry.
Ethiopia exports coffee, skin, post, oilseeds and legumes. It imports machinery, transport equipment, construction materials and petroleum products.
Coffee, Other Oil Seeds, Gold, Dry Legumes and Cut flowers.
Ethiopia Import Products
Refined Oil, Airplanes, Helicopters, Packaged Medicines, Delivery Trucks and Mixed mineral or chemical fertilizers.
Countries Exported by Ethiopia
China, Switzerland, Netherlands, Saudi Arabia and the United States.
Ethiopia’s Imported Countries
United States, India, Kuwait and Italy.
Living Nations in Ethiopia
Hamis and Sami Amharas, who came here from Arabia, formed the largest ethnic groups of Ethiopia.
Official language is Amharic