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Over recent years there has been an increasing amount of interest in Africa as a continent with immense resources and potential. Ethiopia in particular has been singled out as a land of growth and investment opportunity.
Ethiopia grows some of the world’s finest cotton and has a rich textile spinning and weaving history, yet it's importance on a global scale remains insignificant.
With several government incentives in place, a priority given towards developing the textile and clothing industry across the value chain, a viable business environment and duty free market access to both US and EU, Ethiopia is now beginning to attract international buyers and investors, as this report demonstrates.
Having experienced approximately 8% GDP growth consistently since 2008 and a stable political framework since 1995, it still remains largely un-touched, un-explored and un-tapped.
“We have 3 million hectares available to grow cotton but we are using only about 6 to 7 percent of this resource. You can imagine the potential that we have in this segment.”
Seleshi Lemma, Director General
Textile Industry Development Institute
The report sets the scene on one of the oldest countries in the world, now the fourth largest and second fastest growing economy in Sub Saharan Africa.
It will show how the textile and garment sector in Ethiopia has set ambitious targets to expand rapidly by 2015.
The textile and clothing sector is considered as the key priority sector of the Government‘s Industrial Development Strategy as part of the Growth and Transformation Plan
With a vision to become a world – class institute by 2024, TIDI’s mission (The Textile Industry Development Institute of Ethiopia) is to enable the Ethiopian textile industry to compete globally by providing sustained investment promotion, consultancy, training, research, laboratory and marketing support and services.
One of Ethiopia’s strategic objectives is to increase product diversity and product categories across various parts of the value chain to build the backward integration and to open new market access opportunities.
Already we are seeing Several Ethiopian designers making it onto the regional and international fashion stage.
Expect to see "Made in Ethiopia” emerging more and more over the coming years.

Table Of Contents

Ethiopia - the emerging textile and clothing industry
Chapter 1: Africa, a destination for apparel and textile?
Discovering Africa

Chapter 2: Ethiopia today, recent factsheet and profile
Introduction
Preferential market access
Economic and social profile
Political and legal framework
Technology and infrastructure
Institutional framework and incentives

Chapter 3: Creating value across the value chain
Introduction and exports of the textile and apparel sector
A sector with rapid growth and potential for value addition
Access to highest quality raw material
Much needed backward integration and international collaborations
Encouraging diverse products and value-add across the value chain
Specific gaps identified as new business opportunities

Chapter 4: Emerging Ethiopia, on the global fashion platform
High value products and luxury end of the market drives demand
Origin Africa
Source Africa
Ethiopian designers
Fikirte Addis
Sara Abera
Genet Mimi Kebede
Seblewongel Gelan
Mafi
Liya Kebede

Chapter 5: SWOT analysis, what's the verdict?
Strengths
Weaknesses
Opportunities
Threats

Chapter 6: Competition and comparison

Chapter 7: “Made in Ethiopia”, making it a reality
Five things for Ethiopia to do as next steps:

Chapter 8: Directory of Ethiopian textile and clothing factories
Appendix 1
Appendix 2
Appendix 3
References

List of tables
Table 1: Directory of Ethiopian Textile and Clothing factories
Table 2: African key Regional Communities
Table 3: Timeline of Africa's regional integration efforts
Table 4: Ethiopia's rank in 10 key areas
Table 5: No of days required to start a business
Table 6: Medium and large scale Textile and Apparel industry export plan for 2010/11- 2014/15 - PROJECTION by Ethiopian government
Table 7: Type of natural dyes in Ethiopia
Table 8: Major new investments across the textiles and clothing value chain
Table 9: Major expansion investments across the textiles and clothing value chain

List of figures
Figure 1: Africa's share of world exports in textiles and clothing
Figure 2: Ethiopia's GDP growth percentage
Figure 3: Ethiopia's exports in textiles and clothing annual growth (%)
Figure 4: Growth in no of factories in Ethiopia
Figure 5: Medium and large scale Textile and Apparel industries 2010/11-2014/15 Expected production value (USD million)
Figure 6: Total projected growth (combined) in USD million 2010/11 - 2014/15
Figure 7: Ethiopia's industry capacity and value chain in textiles and clothing sector
Figure 8: Export (value) of T-shirts (6109) by top sub Saharan African countries (2012)
Figure 9: Competitiveness of Ethiopia as compared to close competitors in sub Saharan Africa for product category 6109 (T shirts)

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