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Bussines in Eritrea


Economy

The Eritrean economy is largely based on agriculture, which employs 80% of the population but currently may contribute as little as 12% to GDP. Agricultural exports include cotton, fruits and vegetables, hides, and meat, but farmers are largely dependent on rain-fed agriculture, and growth in this and other sectors is hampered by lack of a dependable water supply. Worker remittances and other private transfers from abroad currently contribute about 32% of GDP.

While in the past the Government of Eritrea stated that it was committed to a market economy and privatization, the government and the ruling PFDJ party maintain complete control of the economy. The government has imposed an arbitrary and complex set of regulatory requirements that discourage investment from both foreign and domestic sources, and it often reclaims successful private enterprises and property.

The port in Massawa has been rehabilitated and is being developed. In addition, the government has begun to export fish and sea cucumbers from the Red Sea to markets in Europe and Asia on a limited basis. A newly constructed airport in Massawa capable of handling jets could facilitate the export of high-value perishable seafood.

According to the International Monetary Fund (IMF), post-border war recovery was impaired by four consecutive years of recurrent drought that have reduced the already low domestic food production capacity. The government reports that harvests have improved but provides no data to support these claims. Eritrea currently suffers from large structural fiscal deficits caused by high levels of spending on defense, which have resulted in the stock of debt rising to unsustainable levels. Exports have collapsed due to strict controls on foreign currencies and trade, as well as a closed border with Ethiopia, which was the major trading partner for Eritrea prior to the war. In 2006, Eritrea normalized relations with Sudan and is beginning to open the border to trade between the two countries. Large and persistent transfers from Eritreans living abroad offer significant support to the economy.

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I would not anybody at moment to try to invest in over you will lose your money.
Maya, Eritrea


We aren't doing bad but with pressure coming from USA about sactions on us.
Hussan , Eritrea, Italy


Please don't give bad impression of the country!
Michael , Eritrea, London


In the mineral business, Eritrea is doing really well. The potential to find more deposits is certainly great.” In connection with Eritrea’s becoming a center of mining industry in the Arabian-Nubian Shield. that Eritrea has already established itself in that position. “The conditions
Abel , london


canada, china and the UN are definately going for africa's resources don't sell yourself cheap! do not let them exploit you/privatize. "land grabbing" is done in other parts of Africa by JP Morgan and Goldman Sachs. They predict rising food prices and want to profit from that.Will Africa profit?
david , germany


germany got also very corrupted by capitalism. but there are still good engineers and honest hearted people around that truly want to make the world a better place. it would really be the best that you learn from other cultures and do at least 51% yourself. you could also export solar-power!
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Political in Eritrea

Politic in Eritrea


Politics of Eritrea takes place in a framework of a single-party presidential republic, whereby the Eritrean President of State is both head of state and head of government and a single-party state, led by the People's Front for Democracy and Justice. The National Assembly of 150 seats, formed in 1993 shortly after independence, elected the current president, Isaias Afewerki

Independent local sources of political information on Eritrean domestic politics are scarce; in September 2001 the government closed down all of the nation's privately owned print media, and outspoken critics of the government have been arrested and held without trial, according to domestic and international observers, including Human Rights Watch and Amnesty International. In 2004 the U.S. State Department declared Eritrea a Country of Particular Concern (CPC) for its alleged record of religious persecution.

At independence, the government faced formidable challenges. Beginning with a nascent judicial system, and an education system in shambles, it has attempted to build the institutions of government from scratch, with varying success. Since then, the impact of the border war with Ethiopia, and continued army mobilisation, has contributed to the lack of a skilled workforce. The present government includes legislative, executive, and judicial bodies.


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We are living in jail. Everyone want leave this Country. We got a ditactor leader who believes that this his Kingdom
Smaell, Eritrea


Here it's not different for someone who lives in North Corea.
China , Eritrea


They told separated from Ethiopia will give them freedom, in contrary they become like North Corea. I'm not saying Ethiopian politic is better.
Hussain , Ethiopia, London


eritreais the bast of africa
zebib , norway


We are living in Hell, this is just as bad as North Korea, we don't even have the freedom to talk to one another on the streets, this president thinks he owns this peace of land, and where is the INternational Community?
D. J , Writrea


any one who insult my country is an idiot.....it is the best in whole africa!
fifi , asmara


Hello Eritreans! i just met some eritreans that escaped your country and went to germany around 10 years ago. (2002?) and i find them very kind and respectful and interesting. in the winter of 2011-2012 we had around -20°C http://www.climatetemp.info/graph/asmara-eritrea_files/image001.gif
david , germany


if you want you can send me e-mails via admin AT dwaves DOT de i would love to visit your country and experience the culture and the people and the climate and the vegetation and the food :) but right now... i am a little broke. maybe 2013. be happy with your climeate! germany is too cold!
david , germany



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Usefull Information Eritrea

Top Hotels

  • Inter-Continental Hotel Asmara
  • Inter-Continental Hotel Asmara
  • Gurgussum Beach Hotel

Top restaurants

  • Hidmona
  • Blue Nile Bar & Restaurant
  • Spaghetti & Pizza House

Place to visit

  • Asmara Theater and Opera House
  • Denkalya Desert
  • Al Khulafa Al Rashiudin Mosque

Internet Access

  • In March 2000, Eritrea became the last country in Africa to establish local access to the Internet
  • The cost of the internet runs at between 550 and 600 Nakfa ($55-60) per month for unlimited access, but there are cheaper charges for limited-hours access, which is popular with subscribers

Not to miss to see

  • Asmara Theater and Opera House
  • Al Khulafa Al Rashiudin Mosque
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There are nice place to visit despite all the trouble that we having at moment.
Joana


It's nice place to visit.
Jamira


Yes, it's nice place to visit!
John Gomes


Eritrean is my country. i love Eritrean.... and iam proud of Eritrean Huda
Huda



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