Ethiopia: New law to open telecoms to foreign investors approved

Ethiopia’s parliament approved a draft law that enables foreign companies to invest in the telecommunications industry of Africa’s second-most populous nation, reported Bloomberg.

The legislation establishes an independent communications regulator, accountable to the prime minister, that will be responsible for promoting competition.

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