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Ethiopia’s Growth and Transformation Plan (GTP) is entering the final year of its first phase and the impact so far has been overwhelmingly positive. Significant progress has been made on the construction of road, rail, and power services across the country although the rugged terrain poses a challenge to contractors. Another significant challenge is the proliferation of Chinese firms in the Ethiopian construction space as the government perceives local contractors as untrustworthy and insufficiently skilled to handle mega infrastructure projects. The increased positive international image of Ethiopia and the potential for expansion in the country has had and will continue to have a positive effect on the construction industry. All factors surrounding the Ethiopian construction industry, including the socio-economic, political, opportunities, and threats, will be investigated and presented below, as well as relevant updates detailing important changes in the last nine months.
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