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Ethiopia get ready relaunch Zambia national airline at $30 million

Ethiopian Airlines says it has signed a shareholding agreement with Zambia’s main development agency to relaunch the southern African country’s flag carrier at an initial cost of $30 million.

Ethiopia Airlines offers shares to African countries

The airline, which was established in 1945 and owned 100 per cent by the Ethiopian government, said it was targeting African governments to buy stakes in the company.

Ethiopian Airlines signs deal to revive Zambia’s national carrier

Ethiopian Airlines said on Tuesday it had signed an agreement with the Zambian government to relaunch the southern African country’s national carrier, which was shut down more than two decades ago.

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