Can Ethiopia’s Push for a Manufacturing Take-Off Succeed?

Employees of the Chinese-owned Huajian International Shoe City prepare a shipment of women’s loafers for export to the United States, Dukem, Ethiopia, April, 2016 (Photo by Jonathan Rosen).
Employees of the Chinese-owned Huajian International Shoe City prepare a shipment of women’s loafers for export to the United States, Dukem, Ethiopia, April, 2016 (Photo by Jonathan Rosen).
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