Une vie en Afrique

Une vie en Afrique

Mémoires de presse - juillet 2010

Mémoires de presse

 

 

Juillet 2010

 

Le premier des articles : sur l'empoisement progressif des rapaces en afrique, le second sur le coût de la vie à Addis Abeba, à priori une des capitales africaines les moins chères,  le troisième sur l'arrivée des éoliennes en Ethiopie  et le quatrième sur l'électricité en Ethiopie :

 

"Africa - Reflecting the increasing economic importance of this region across all business sectors, Mercer's rankings prepared for this press release now includes many African cities. Many rank highly in the 2010 survey, reflecting the high living costs for expatriate employees. After Luanda, Ndjamena and Libreville, the region's most expensive cities are Victoria (13) in the Seychelles, Niamey (23) in Niger and Dakar (32) in Senegal. In South Africa, Johannesburg and Cape Town rank 151 and 171, respectively. At the bottom of the ranking, Addis Ababa (208) in Ethiopia is the cheapest African city followed by Windhoek (205) and Gaborone (203) in Namibia and Botswana, respectively.

"We've seen demand increase for information on African cities from across the business spectrum – mining, financial services, airlines, manufacturer, utilities and energy companies," commented Ms Constantin-Metral.

"Many people assume that cities in the developing world are cheap but this isn't necessarily true for expatriates working there. To entice talented staff to these cities, multi-nationals need to provide the same standard of living and benefits that these employees and their families would experience at home. In some African cities, the cost of this can be extraordinarily high - particularly the cost of good, secure accommodation," she added" - Cost of living survey 2010 - City rankings - MERCER - Juillet 2010

 

http://www.africanraptors.org/poisoning-of-raptors-in-ethiopia-by-lakew-berhanu/

http://www.mercer.com/costoflivingpr#City_rankings

http://www.evwind.es/noticias.php?id_not=6242

http://www.upi.com/Science_News/Resource-Wars/2010/07/02/World-Bank-funds-Ethiopian-power-grid/UPI-31821278083199/ 

 

 

Les autres articles : les éoliennes, les hyènes de Harar, les ONG en Ethiopie, la privatisation, notamment des entreprises de bières, l'implantation de la cane à sucre à grande échelle, sur le tourisme en Ethiopie, sur le développement de l'Afrique, l'inflation en Ethiopie, l'exportation du café vers le Japon, les fleurs en Ethiopie (22/07) et leurs exportation (26/07),  l'électricité (28/07) et le dernier article de juillet sur l'introduction du TEF aux USA (29/07) :

 

http://www.spooodesign.net/de/wind_project/

http://www.globalpost.com/dispatch/africa/100716/ethiopia-hyenas

http://www.africanews.com/site/1867_NGOs_vanish_from_Ethiopia/list_messages/33257

http://www.addisfortune.com/Privatisation%20of%20Beer%20Companies%20Brewing.htm

http://www.thehindubusinessline.com/businessline/blnus/07071601.htm

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/peter-gruber/african-water-rights-in-d_b_633678.html

http://www.guardian.co.uk/business/2010/jul/11/africa-recovery-global-recession

http://www.xe.com/news/2010/07/15/1275525.htm?utm_source=RSS&utm_medium=TL&utm_content=NOGEO&utm_campaign=News_RSS_Art12

http://www.ena.gov.et/EnglishNews/2010/Jul/13Jul10/117031.htm 

http://business.rediff.com/slide-show/2010/jul/22/slide-show-1-meet-the-worlds-largest-exporter-of-roses.htm

http://www.addisfortune.com/Horticulture%20Earns%20Less%20Hard%20Currency%20than%20Expected.htm

http://www.afriqueavenir.org/en/2010/07/28/ethiopia-finalizes-construction-of-electricity-transmission-lines-to-its-neighbours/

http://www.fox4kc.com/news/sns-ap-ks--growingteff,0,3158357.story

 



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